Predict and Prevent
We use quantitative analysis to predict defect risk and automatically calculate risk the moment a developer on your team commits a change to your repo (we currently support GitHub). Read our blog if you are interested to learn more about the techniques we use to calculate risk.
Using Grip will help you understand what areas of your development need improvement and help your to team use their time more efficiently by preventing defects and focus their efforts where it is needed most.
How it works
It only takes 3 steps to setup Grip for your GitHub repo
1. Connect Grip with GitHub
Authorize the application to have access to your repos. We set up a convenient webhook to alert Grip of all new commits and pull requests. We never store any of your code on our servers.
2. One Time Analysis
We do a one time analysis of your repo on which we base the risk assessment of your commits. This will take a few minutes depending on the size of your project. We’ll announce when we are ready by email.
3. Each Commit is Analyzed
We run our suite of multiple analysis engines to identify a wide range of risk factors that are known to cause defects. The results are posted in the GitHub pull request to be directly accessible during code review.