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Issue Tracking, Legacy Code and More: Here’s What’s New in Clayton This Month.

Issue Tracking, Legacy Code and More: Here’s What’s New in Clayton This Month.

Claudia Orecchioni

You asked, we delivered. Here’s what’s new in Clayton with our most recent update.

Switch off the noise of legacy code.

For some teams, issues with older code are not as important - it may be code written by others, or teams wanting to write better code moving forward. You can now switch off legacy code from your reports, and hide any issues introduced before using Clayton. Learn more.

Create issues in GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab.

You can now take turn Clayton's findings into entries for your issue tracker. This makes it easier to prioritize, keep track of related work, and assign activities to your team. This feature is now available for GitHub, Bitbucket and GitLab. Learn more.

We are now on GitHub Marketplace.

Get our GitHub app and get started in clicks for free. Learn more.

More bug fixes and improvements.

  • When using Clayton for Copado, you can now validate User Story with faster, incremental scans. Learn more.
  • Added support for the URLFOR function on our rule to detect vulnerable third-party libraries.
  • Added the possibility to rescan any code revision.
  • Various scan performance optimizations.

Try these new things out and let us know your feedback!

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