CodeClimate Alternatives

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  • RFC: A Full-stack Analytics Platform Architecture
    10 projects | | 2 Jun 2022
    Ideally, software can quickly go from development to production. Continuous deployment and delivery are some processes that make this possible. Continuous deployment means establishing an automated pipeline from development to production while continuous delivery means maintaining the main branch in a deployable state so that a deployment can be requested at any time. Predecos uses these tools. When a commit goes into master, the code is pushed directly to the public environment. Deployment also occurs when a push is made to a development branch enabling local/e2e testing before push to master. In this manner the master branch can be kept clean and ready for deployment most of the time. Problems that surface resulting from changes are visible before reaching master. Additional automated tools are used. Docker images are built for each microservice on commit to a development or master branch, a static code analysis is performed by SonarCloud revealing quality and security problems, Snyk provides vulnerability analysis and CodeClimate provides feedback on code quality while Coveralls provides test coverage. Finally, a CircleCI build is done. Each of these components use badges which give a heads-up display of the health of the system being developed. Incorporating each of these tools into the development process will keep the code on a trajectory of stability. For example, eliminating code smells, security vulnerabilities, and broken tests before merging a pull-request (PR) into master. Using Husky on development machines to ensure that code is well linted and locally tested before it is allowed to be pushed to source-control management (SCM). Applying additional processes such as writing tests around bugs meaning reintroduction of a given bug would cause a test to fail. The automated tools would then require that test to be fixed before push to SCM meaning fewer bugs will be reintroduced. Proper development processes and automation have a strong synergy.
  • Review Pull Requests 3x faster, ... then 10x faster
    3 projects | | 30 Jan 2022
    Code Climate
  • What you should know about JSON serialization solution in Ruby
    3 projects | | 3 Jun 2021
    Best code quality - Thanks to SaaS such as CodeClimate I can tell when my code quality is too low. I try to keep "code smells" absolute zero.
  • 10 Signs of a good Ruby on Rails Developer
    10 projects | | 15 Apr 2021
    Maintainable with smaller methods, less complexity – To know more on this make a habit of using code analyzer like rubocop, Code Climate
  • Any good alternative for SonarQube which is free of cost?
    3 projects | | 3 Apr 2021
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