Articles

Four Strategies for Managing Technical Debt

Why technical debt is an important concern for a software development team? Why should we care about technical debt? Should we pay attention to it?

Aug. 13, 2018


Action Hub – Your Friend in Tracking and Refactoring Smells

Action Hub is your friend when it comes to track, manage, and plan identified smells in a project.

March 10, 2018


Code Quality Profile of Three Well-known C# Open-source Projects

We analyzed three well-known open-source projects Corefx , Roslyn , and MonoDevelop to gain some insight about their code quality profile.

Jan. 2, 2018


Troubleshooting

Having trouble while using Designite? This post summarizes potential errors one may get while analyzing source code using Designite and their corresponding remedies.

Dec. 14, 2017


What’s new in Designite 2

Designite 2 has brought new features including Roslyn under the hood, digital signature, and improved code analysis.

Aug. 13, 2017


Does Your Architecture Smell?

This article discusses seven architecture smells with the help of concrete examples for each smell. It provides an overview of support offered by Designite in detecting architecture smells.

May 14, 2017


Treemap – Revealing the Distribution of Smells

Treemap is a visualization aid to help you figure out the distribution of smells per component or class to give you a holistic overview of your software quality.

Sept. 23, 2016


Customize Your Quality Analysis – Enjoy the Freedom

Measuring quality using the same stick for all codebases is not appropriate and often not desirable. Designite offers to customize code analysis by selecting thresholds based on developers' context.

Sept. 10, 2016


A Powerful Designite Console Application at Your Service

The new console application not only supports analyze projects and export results in CSV formats but also allows a user to carry out trend analysis with a rich set of options.

Aug. 12, 2016


Analyzing Trend of Smells using Designite

Trend analysis reveals the smells-trend for the analyzed software. Specifically, it shows how many smells have been introduced, remained, and removed from one version to another.

July 14, 2016