When you log into Codiga with GitHub, you have to use our GitHub App to allow repositories to be shared with Codiga. Only the repositories you select can be used on Codiga.
You can install the GitHub App on individual and organizational accounts.
Regardless on where you install the app, you need to create a group for the
related GitHub entity (e.g. if you install the GitHub App on the
you need to create the
johndoe group on Codiga).
Adding or removing projects is done directly on Codiga. Only the projects you selected in the GitHub App can be used on Codiga.
GitHub users cannot create groups directly on Codiga. Instead, GitHub organizations are mapped into groups. When logging on Codiga, the platform detects if any organization you belong to is on Codiga and automatically adds you to it if you belong to it.
You can also add more users to a Codiga group in the group preferences.
Automated Code Review
GitHub accounts are automatically enrolled in automated code review: when a pull request is created, the engine compares the new code with the previous one and annotates the pull requests with the various violations, code duplicates and complex/long functions.
That way, code issues are automatically detected before pushing change. Automating code reviews also saves significant developers time since it catches small errors before human reviewers do it.
Automated code reviews work only on GitHub App.
Permissions and Security
Our engine can access only repositories you gave access to when you selected the list of repositories you want to get access to. For that reason, pull requests from other repositories cannot be processed since the GitHub app has not granted access to these repositories.
This is a design decision: we wanted to design Codiga with user privacy in mind.
- Select Repository through list
- Automated Code Review (pull request being commented)