External websites for reviews
This is my list of websites that I heard of and used for most of them. You can log in using your GitHub account, and make them review your code (usually, it's free for an open-source project, paid for others).
- sonarcloud (the BEST, quite a lot of feedback)
- codefactor (analysis, good)
- deepsource (seems good, but no issues were found in my project 😐)
- codetriage (get issues in your inbox)
- IssueHunt (tackle issues, not really related to this page 🙄)
- codecov (code coverage)
- weblate (not used, translations)
- snyk (vulnerabilities, good)
- codacy (I didn't manage to install this one)
- lgtm (basic feedback)
- scrutinizer-ci (paid only, not tested)
- CircleCI (not tested, ci)
- StyleCI (style for PHP/CSS/JS)
- packagist (PHP packages)
- deps.rs (Rust dependencies alerts)
- DavidDM (Node.js dependencies)
BUT it's tiring to check each website if they got news? or How is it automated?
Well, you will usually put a badge in your README (as explained in Make Git project), and the badge will be updated each time someone goes to the page (=each time the badge is rendered), so you will see inside if you have to go check the website or not.
Some websites can also make comments in your Pull requests (ex: Sonar cloud, LGTM, and Snyk).