Welcome to the CodeScene documentation!

This documentation is divided into sections, each being suited for different types of information you might be looking for.

New Users

  • Getting Started helps you take the first steps after you discovered CodeScene. You will learn how to sign up, what CodeScene does, and how you run your first analysis.

  • CodeScene Terminology explains the concepts, analysis options, and metrics.

From Code to Delivery: meet the 4-factors of successful software

Project Configuration

Analysis Documentation

  • Focus Areas walks you through specific features and aspects of the tool, focusing on how you use them to achieve certain goals.


  • Integrate CodeScene with Pull Requests explains how CodeScene integrates with Pull Requests to serve as an automated code review and quality gate.

  • Integrations explains how you integrate CodeScene with project management tools like Jira and why you want to do that. We also show how to get a CodeScene badge for your GitHub page.

Account Administration: Invite Team Members

  • Organizational Accounts explains how to create organizational accounts in CodeScene so that all stakeholders in an organization can access and benefit from the analyses.

Developer tools

  • The CodeScene CLI tool is a command-line tool which performs the same checks as the PR integration, but locally - on non-committed, staged changes or between select branches. Check the link for setup instructions. Note: Requires an access token.

  • CodeScene ACE: Auto-Refactor Code is CodeScene’s innovative Generative AI solution which allows you to automatically fix code smells. Integrates with your IDE as well as the CodeScene CLI tool.

CodeScene Scope