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Our New AI-powered Auto-fix is Available for Free For all Salesforce Developers.

Our New AI-powered Auto-fix is Available for Free For all Salesforce Developers.

Claudia Orecchioni

We are heading to TDX to launch our AI-powered auto-fix, available for free for all Salesforce developers.

Will you be at Salesforce TrailblazerDX in San Francisco next week? Meet us at Booth 33 to see how you can replace repetitive code reviews with AI and build secure and robust applications on Salesforce, the modern way.

Replace code scanners with automated fixes, thanks to AI.

Many teams already know and love Clayton automated PR reviews.

What's even better, Clayton can now open pull requests to fix your developers' errors and improve their code using generative AI, making your engineering team 10x more productive.

Meet us to gain early access

Come and meet our team at Booth 33 to see Clayton in action and get free early access.

About Clayton

Clayton is the modern developer assistant for Salesforce. It uses static analysis + AI to help you eliminate vulnerabilities and costly development errors.

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