The Codiga plugin works for all JetBrains tools: IntelliJ, PyCharm, CLion, etc.
How to install
Open your Jetbrains product (IntelliJ, PyCharm, PHPStorm).
Go to plugins and search for "Codiga" and click on Install button. Once installed accept the third-party plugin privacy note.
Static Code Analysis
Get Codiga Static Code Analysis directly in your preferred IDE. All you need is our plugin and a
codiga.yml file in your project's root directory.
Run the following command in your terminal (at your project's root directory) to choose rulesets and have a
codiga.yml created for you with your chosen rulesets in it.
npx @codiga/cli@latest ruleset-add
* Requires Node.js installed. If you do not have Node.js, follow our Getting Started documentation or our manual setup.
Check your code in your IDE in real time on every keystroke.
Just type CMD/CTRL+ ALT + C, enter what you are looking for: Codiga finds appropriate reusable code patterns ready to import in your IDE. Use CMD/CTRL + ALT + S to view all the shortcuts available directly onto your IDE.
Creating and sharing a code snippet has never been easier: select the text, right click and select
Create Codiga Snippet.
How to link your Codiga account
If you want to use the snippets, cookbooks or other parameters from your Codiga account, you need to connect your API token. Make sure you generate an API token from the API token section of the platform.
Open the preferences, In Tools, click on
Codiga API. Add your API token and click on
Apply. You can check that the API token is working by clicking on
Test API connection (make sure you click
The Codiga JetBrains plugin is open-source. You can read the source code on GitHub, report bugs and contribute on the GitHub project.