Welcome to DeepSource documentation.

DeepSource builds source code analyzers -- to find and fix issues like bug risks, anti-patterns, performance optimizations and security vulnerabilities. Once integrated, DeepSource runs on every commit and pull/merge request. This documentation serves as the central place for configuration references, guides and features about DeepSource and how to customize it per your needs. If you are just getting started, it is highly recommended that you start with the quickstart guides first.

DeepSource Documentation

# Running your first analysis

  1. Create an account on DeepSource.
  2. Add a repository.
  3. Set up Test Coverage.

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Make sure you have a GitHub/GitLab account with atleast one repository containing one of the supported languages.

# What next?

Read our 'How to' guides to customize DeepSource (or) if you've got questions, read the FAQs section. Our team is available for help anytime. Let us know via 'Feedback' button on the dashboard (or) write to us at support@deepsource.io

🎉 👨‍💻 Welcome to DeepSource!

Last Updated: 5/28/2020, 11:23:43 AM