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Which programming languages does it support?

 
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Codacity seem very promising tool for code review, which are the programming languages it supports? is it going to be more in the future?
 
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Thanks for you message César!
Codacy currently supports: Java, Scala, JavaScript, Ruby, PHP, Python, CoffeeScript and CSS. Our goal is of course, to support all the languages and even specific framekworks.
We also have a way for our users to include their own analysis engines.

Let me know if you have more questions!
Paul
 
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