Welcome to Sourcegraph! As a developer, you can use Sourcegraph to get help while writing and reviewing code.
Sourcegraph is a code search and intelligence tool for developers. It lets you search and explore all of your organization’s code on the web, with integrations into your existing tools.
Sourcegraph’s main features are:
Sourcegraph helps you:
Sourcegraph makes it faster and easier to perform these tasks, for you and everyone else at your organization.
All developers, except:
In addition to the companies listed on about.sourcegraph.com, many large technology companies with 500-3,000+ engineers use Sourcegraph internally.
Also, both Facebook and Google provide an in-house Sourcegraph-like code search and intelligence tool to their employees. A published research paper from Google and a Google developer survey showed that 98% of developers surveyed consider their Sourcegraph-like internal tool to be critical. Developers use it on average for 5.3 sessions each day. (Facebook’s and Google’s in-house tools are not available to other companies; use Sourcegraph instead.)
You can also try Sourcegraph.com, which is a public instance of Sourcegraph for use on open-source code only.
Sourcegraph gives your development team cross-repository IDE-like features on your code:
Sourcegraph gives you code intelligence in:
Read the code intelligence documentation to learn more and to set it up.
Sourcegraph code search is fast, works across all your repositories at any commit, and has no indexing delay. Code search also includes advanced features, including:
Read the code search documentation to learn more and discover the full feature set.
Sourcegraph allows you to get code intelligence and code search on code files and code review diffs in your code host and review tool. See our integrations documentation to set up Sourcegraph with your tools and roll it out to your entire team.