The engineers who know what they’re doing can’t review every line of code and enforce every convention. It doesn’t scale.
Talking about problems in Github PRs and in meetings doesn’t change anyone’s behavior or capture institutional knowledge for the new starter.
No one reads the docs. Which is good — because they’re out of date anyway.
They are noisy, non-specific and produce too many false positives.
It’s easy to capture your team's specific best practices right in GitHub comments and your favorite IDE that feed a list of rules on our live docs dashboard.
The CodeLingo review tool scans your codebase for violations of any new or changed rule. This helps you validate your rules and clean-up your technical debt.
To safeguard your code, CodeLingo GitHub bot auto-scans new PRs and leaves smart comments right in-line with the rest of your team.
Devs can continue to refine rules as they review PRs. Changes and adjustments are made on-the-fly. You can just reply to the CodeLingo bot right in GitHub.
CodeLingo monitors every line of code across thousands of repositories.
From security and performance to maintainability and readability, CodeLingo has caught tens of thousands of code issues before they became serious problems.
Our automatic pull requests have been accepted by teams using CodeLingo world-wide, fixing thousands of issues.
“CodeLingo helps our eng team to propose best coding practices, debate them, and then codify them into a living, breathing bot that makes all our pull requests better. It's turned into a fun challenge for the engineers and a massive time saver for the company.”
—Marc Campbell, Replicated HQ