Why Choose CodeCTRL?

For Developers, Leads, Architects and Management

Something for everyone.

Data is aggregated at multiple levels allowing all roles in the software development life cycle to benefit from the data.

  • Learn developer stengths, weaknesses
  • Monitor teams, onshore or offshore
  • Enforce clean code and proper architecture
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Aggregate Data Across Projects on Different Services

Stay up to date on development activity.

The recent activity feed displays everything that is happening to the code base. Never miss a change or let a code quality finding slip through the cracks again.

  • Aggregated by Projects, Teams and Developers
  • Code Quality Findings by Changeset
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Key Metrics at Your Fingertips

Take the guess work out of code analysis.

Information is summarized in easy to process visualizations.

  • Tracks commits, changes, code quality findings
  • Displays trends over time
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Features & Benefits

Uncover Weaknesses

CodeCTRL builds a personal profile for each developer that highlights strengths and weaknesses by monitoring regular contributions to the code base.

Language Support

CodeCTRL supports popular programming languages including .NET (C#), Java, Node.js (JavaScript), PHP, Python and Ruby

Enforce Quality & Standards

CodeCTRL uses integrated scanning tools (e.g. StyleCop and JSHint) to review each changeset and generate violation reports.

Alerts & Notifications

CodeCTRL notifies users through configurable notices regarding important events and findings.

Revision Control Support

CodeCTRL supports popular revison control systems include Mercurial (and Bitbucket), Git (and GitHub), Subversion and Team Foundation Server (and Visual Studio Team Services).

Organize Teams

CodeCTRL supports organization of developers into multiple teams for reporting and statistics on a team level.

Supported Revision Control Systems

  • Mercurial
  • Git
  • Subversion
  • Team Foundation Server

Supported Programming Languages

  • .NET, C#
  • Java
  • Node
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Ruby

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