Every company struggles to gain a competitive edge on the fast-changing markets.
Many companies though face problems with the code maintenance and code development, that slow them down and consume valuable resources. Reasons generally differs, but certain key points leading to poor quality of code pertain. Whether your development team faced fluctuation or misses certain senior positions, whether you did not follow the standardized development techniques in the past or at all, or your code documentation has not been updated on daily bases your code with high probability might become hard to manage.
With Graphlytic implementation you will instantly gain control over the existing code. Having it graphically visualized you will notice on the spot by yourself what should be changed in the code and how. Refactoring will become incomparable easier due to high visibility of cross-module calls in code. You will easily find duplicities in the code which can be removed bringing you the code clarity and powerful support for documentation. Followed by easier maintenance of the code and much quicker onboarding of the new team members, as a result.
Compared to standardized in-coding-SW-implemented graphical visualizations Graphlytic allows you to depict unlimited call-levels in code allowing programmers to identify “dark places” of the code faster and smarter. High flexibility to develop own parser rules leading to customized visual representation of the code base will bring you much easier work.
Pain points / Challenges
- Low quality of code with difficult refactoring
- No or poor code documentation
- High fluctuation or key programmers on the leave
- Difficult hand-over and on-boarding
- Not defined or poor development procedures and patterns
- Growing technical debt
- Generally, slow development not keeping business deadlines
- Implementation of Graphlytic for code documentation and refactoring
- Importing code graph from your code base
- Identification of copy-paste patterns
- Removal of forbidden technologies
- Overwriting of forbidden patterns
- Separation of business logic from template logic
- Much easier code refactoring due to high visibility of dependencies
- Low effort code maintenance
- Quick onboarding of new team members
- Strong support for code documentation procedures
- More effort for new features, less struggle with old code
- Significant savings for new code development and old code maintenance