A public preview is now open for Qodana Cloud – a centralized cloud-based solution that collects and displays data from different Qodana linters under one roof.
Qodana and IntelliJ IDEA: How a Code Quality Platform Streamlined the Localization of an IDE
Have you ever wondered how to make sure that your determination to live a healthier life, not sweat the small stuff, and work smarter, not harder continues past Valentine's Day? Psychologists say that breaking big goals into small steps is the best way to stick to your New Year's resolutions. This advice applies to programmers’ resolutions too. If you plan a large project that involves code refactoring, you may want to see the full picture of the required changes and plan accordingly. This is exactly what the IntelliJ team did when they needed to localize the IDE’s entire UI into Chinese, J
Qodana 2022.3 EAP Is Out: Qodana for .NET and Go and 100+ New Inspections
We’re delighted to announce the release of Qodana 2022.3 EAP. This version of the platform brings support for NET. and Go, and over 100 new inspections for cleaner code.
Qodana 2022.2 Is Available: CircleCI Orb and 50+ New Inspections
Qodana 2022.1 Is Available
License auditing now comes in Qodana linters out of the box. PHP, Java, and Kotlin inspections have been added to your pipelines.
Keep Your Dependency Licenses in Check
Learn how to automate license auditing, make it a part of your CI/CD, and mitigate compliance risks.
Introducing Qodana for Azure Pipelines
Qodana linters are now integrated into your Azure DevOps repositories to make code analysis a part of your build pipeline.
Cut Time on Code Reviews and Project Planning With Static Analysis
Why is static code analysis important? How can you benefit from adding another step in the project lifecycle? Find the answers to these questions and others in our blog post.
Better Late Than Never, or New Year’s Resolutions With Qodana
Even before we started to work on Qodana, we knew from our own experience and user interviews that it's hard to add static analysis to a project, which leads people to delay this decision. If you join a project with established code quality procedures, you can just follow the rules. If you start a shiny new project, you can pick any set of rules you want. This option has its pitfalls, but at least you know that your code meets your own standards from the beginning. In contrast, if you join or work for a project where quality gates are not yet part of the process, being pressured to implemen
License Audit with Qodana
Qodana specializes in build quality management, delivering the static analysis smarts of IntelliJ Platform to project-level checks. In May, we extended the platform with a second linter, Clone Finder, which detects code duplicates. Today, we are happy to announce the EAP for License Audit to detect incompatible third-party licenses on which your code relies, making the compliance verification process easier for your project and company. Qodana License Audit is still very much in the early stages, but making it available earlier helps us to catch problems earlier. This makes prepar
Qodana Clone Finder: Early Access Program
In December 2020, we announced the EAP for Qodana, which is rapidly evolving into a comprehensive platform that allows companies to perform multi-level evaluations of the quality of code they own, contract, or purchase. Qodana helps you detect bugs without relying on an IDE, either on a local machine or a build server, and it is designed to be seamlessly integrated into CI/CD pipelines. In addition to delivering static analysis for automated project-level evaluations, the Qodana team is developing additional audit features. One of them is Clone Finder, which looks for duplicates in software r
Early Access Program for Qodana, a New Product That Brings the “Smarts” of JetBrains IDEs Into Your CI Pipeline
JetBrains IDEs are well known for their ability to understand code. They can track declarations, check references and types, and collect possible execution paths. Thanks to all this static analysis, you are able to rename and move things around safely, get appropriate code completion, and get warned with a message saying “hey, this won't run” from the code inspection if you are adding something that won’t work into your code. Having all this while you are working in the editor is extremely helpful, but modern CI-centric workflows require having a reliable quality gate in your build pipeline.