The Chrome extension allows you to analyzes code directly in your browser. It currently works on GitHub (when viewing the code and in pull request) and in Python notebooks.
It is available on the Chrome Web Store.
The Chrome extension analyzes all the languages supported by our analysis engine (see the FAQ for an extensive list).
The Chrome extension surfaces any issue in the code you see on GitHub, as shown below.
The Chrome extension also analyzes pull requests and surfaces all issues in the pull requests. The pull request analysis needs you to configure the extension and add your GitHub personal access token to the extension. Make sure you pin the extension in Chrome and click on the icon to add your personal access token. You can get your personal access token using this page.
The Chrome extension works on Jupyter notebooks and annotates code in Python. As you write code, the extension is annotating your code directly in your browser.
Our platform does not keep your code and does not use it in any way (even for statistical use). Once the API analyzes the code, it is cleaned and removed from our servers. When using the pull request analysis function on private repositories, the extension requests that the user provides its API token. This token is stored in the local storage in the browser and never sent to our servers. You can check the code of our extension to check that claim.
As all our extensions, the code of our Chrome Extension is available on GitHub. You can check the code and inspect how our application works.