Checkmate provides a global overview of code quality in a project that integrates with 3rd party libraries and checkers to analyze results in a document-oriented database for querying. It can be extended to new code checkers or version control systems by creating plugins, that sit on the code analysis engine and provides a universal and extensible data model for describing states and changes in a software project. Checkmate is a cross-language meta-tool for static code analysis that provides a global overview of the code quality in a project. The API allows you to access all analysis data and to build integrations into other systems that uses QuantifiedCode CE as an automation tool inside your build pipeline. However, because this is an indirect API, the only way to interact with it is through the SDK. Check the SDK tab below for details on what is available. QuantifiedCode is a platform for automated code review and repair.
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