The Repository Dashboard provides an overview of the repository code quality and items that require your attention.
To access your Repository Dashboard, select a repository from the Repositories list and select Dashboard on the left navigation sidebar.
You can share the URL of the Repository Dashboard for your public repositories to allow other people to see your repository code quality metrics, even if they aren't registered on Codacy.
The top of the Repository Dashboard displays:
- The name and code quality grade of the repository
- A drop-down list that selects which branch of your repository to display on the dashboard
On the Repository Dashboard you have the following areas to help you monitor your repository:
The following sections provide a detailed overview of each dashboard area.
You can use the Codacy API to generate reports or obtain information about the code quality of your repositories in a more flexible way.
For more information see the list of available API endpoints and the following examples:
Quality evolution chart#
The Quality evolution chart displays the evolution of the repository code quality regarding issues, complex files, duplication, and code coverage. Click on Last 3 months, Last 31 days, or Last 7 days to select the time interval of the historical data to display on the chart.
Each tab displays the following information for the corresponding metric:
- A green or red indicator depending if the metric is within the acceptable quality level or not
- The current value
- The variation of the value introduced by the last commit
The coverage tab only displays a value if Codacy received coverage data for the most recent commit. This is because one commit can easily change the size or number of files on the repository, or even remove some files that had coverage information.
The chart also displays the trendline based on the past behavior and the quality goals defined for the repository.
The Issues breakdown area displays the total number of issues found on the selected branch, as well as the distribution of issues across each code quality issue category.
Click See all issues to see the full list of issues found, or click a category to see the issues in that category.
The Coverage area displays the percentage of lines of code on the selected branch that are covered by tests versus the coverage goal defined in the quality settings of the repository, as well as the number of files:
- Without coverage
- With coverage not up to standards (based on the coverage goal)
- With coverage up to standards (based on the coverage goal)
Click See all files to open the list of files in the repository.
If you don't have coverage set up for your repository yet, the Coverage area provides you with instructions on how to add coverage for your repository.
Open pull requests#
The Open pull requests area displays the last updated pull requests and the split between the status of all open pull requests in your repository:
- Up to standards: Pull requests that meet the minimum quality levels
- Not up to standards: Pull requests that failed to meet at least one of the quality gate rules defined for the repository
- Analyzing: Pull requests currently being analyzed by Codacy
Click a bar segment to display only pull requests with the corresponding status.
To see the details of pull requests, click a pull request from the list or click See all pull requests to open the list of pull requests in the repository.
- Which metrics does Codacy calculate?
- Using the Codacy API to obtain current issues in repositories
- Using the Codacy API to obtain code quality metrics for files
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