Welcome to the CodeScene documentation!
This documentation is divided into sections, each being suited for different types of information you might be looking for.
Getting Started helps you take the first steps after you purchase of CodeScene. You will learn how to install and setup the tool, as well as running your first analysis.
Hands On Behavioral Code Analysis: CodeScene Use Cases shows how to get the most out of CodeScene by learning its use cases and how to apply and integrate the analysis information in your daily work.
Integrations explains how you integrate CodeScene with CI/CD to enable quality gates, integrations with Jira, Trello and Azure DevOps in order to measure lead times in your development process, or Slack for analysis notifications.
Guides walk you through specific features and aspects of the tool, focusing on how you can use them to achieve certain goals.
Configuration explains how you configure projects to get the best possible analysis results.
CodeScene supports all major programming languages:
Supported Programming Languages covers CodeScene’s language level support.
New CodeScene releases are available continuously:
Release Notes contains the release notes for CodeScene.