CI for Automated Code Review
by code analysis

Check pull requests automatically. Detect security bugs, coding standards, grammars, duplicates, unused variables, complexity in your code.
Top testimonial vasily
“I doubt there any engineers who already know all the things that SideCI points out”
Masayuki Imamura
CTO at VASILY

3 problems development teams tend to have

access_time

Code reviews taking up
too much time.

rate_review

Reviews being inconsistent
due to the skill difference between engineers.

line_style

Coding standards not being unified,
lowering code readability.

Reason for using SideCI

You can concentrate an essential reviewing because a part of reviewing is replaced by computers.

An ordinary flow of development
1
code
Pull Request
2
rate_review
Code Review
arrow_downward
3
perm_identity
Product Review
4
call_merge
Merge & Release

Languages

  • Ruby
  • JavaScript
  • PHP
  • Python
  • CoffeeScript
  • Go

Sign up and try SideCI for FREE today

Paid plans start with 14 days free trial. No credit card required.

OSS
Free
Private Repository
$29/month

Chosen by many companies

  • Logo ietty
  • Logo crowd works
  • Logo vasily
  • Logo pixta
  • Logo life is tech
  • Logo supership
  • Logo jmty
  • Logo startup technology
  • Logo enechange
  • Logo zigexn
  • Logo street academy
Bitjourney interview
“In the sense of the worth of using it, I feel value in being able to leave the execution of not only Lint tools but also tools for improving code quality, such as Brakeman, all up to SideCI. You can forget about the presence of SideCi while developing, in a good way. It's really helpful.”
Bit Journey, Inc.
Vasily interview
“There are sometimes cases where there are different opinions on which coding styles are good. I take care when I review code to indicate points based on the community's best practices, and not by my personal preferences. SideCI really comes in handy because indications like this can be made automatically.”
VASILY, Inc.

Try SideCI for free.
Take only 30 seconds.

Simple pricing for repositories, and always free for OSS.
Could you try 14 days for free.