1. Commit list
This list is meant to give you an overview of the repository's commits, providing valuable information about changes and quality improvements. Click on the row to see more details.
If any commit created or fixed any issue on the repository, that information will be displayed on the right-hand side of the list, allowing for a quick overview of the repository quality evolution.
2. Commit detail
The commit detail will show you an overview of what changed in that particular commit, showing all the differences that were introduced.
3. Commit delta
A detailed issue delta information is always available, showing exactly which issues were fixed or created in each commit.
By expanding an issue, you can find information on why it's an issue, how to solve it, and links to community sources on the problem found. You will also find a few additional options, including "Ignore issue", "Remove pattern", "Ignore file", and also integrations you may have enabled.
4. Commit diff
The changed files can also be reviewed using a git diff visualizer, as available in other platforms, such as GitHub or Bitbucket, helping achieve a quick and easy code review.