Automatically createPRspull-requests with bug fixes
With DeepSource Autofix, avoid the grunt work of fixing code quality and security issues manually.
Integrates with your code review workflow
Works natively with
Detect 2,000+ issues in your codebase
Comprehensive static analysis for languages and Infrastructure-as-code technologies.
Automatically formats your code on every commit
Run code formatters that you already use without ever breaking a CI build.
Loved by developers who ship good code
I'm a big fan of DeepSource. I reviewed quite a few products to better support our engineers and the quality of problems found was far better than Codacy or Code Climate for our Python backend codebase.
Adam Pietrzycki, Engineering
DeepSource is static code analysis for humans. Stop wasting your time setting up and maintaining CLI tools on CI, just use DeepSource.
Ruslan Kuprieiev, Team Lead
DeepSource is a great product which complements projects looking to embrace CI and source code quality as part of a larger DevOps strategy. It's been very easy and a pleasure to use this product.
Lewis McGibbney, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
DeepSource caught a few issues that could have been potentially very, very catastrophic. So, that was really good.
Ramiro Berrelleza, CEO
Thanks to DeepSource, all our code quality practices are now automated. It automatically highlights code quality issues and helps us fix them even before someone reviews the code manually — saving a lot of the reviewer's time.
We use DeepSource for maintaining the quality of Dgraph. It has helped decrease the amount of technical debt since it analyzes every GitHub pull-request. DeepSource has more checks than any other tools we tried before.
Martin Martinez, Engineering
Free for personal accounts and small teams
After that, DeepSource grows with your team with per-user Team plans.
Unlimited public repositories
Unlimited lines of code analyzed
Unlimited private repositories for individual accounts
1 private repository for teams/organizations
Continuous analysis with GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket