Codeflower
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Overview

Visualize repos on github.

The extension adds a "Codeflower" tab to the navigation bar on github.com. When you click on the tab, you'll see the repository, visualized as a d3 force-directed graph. The inner nodes in the graph correspond to the directories in the repository, and the outer (colored) nodes correspond to the files. The size of the outer nodes increases with the number of lines of code in the file, and the color of the outer nodes indicates what language the file is written in. More info on github! https://github.com/jmensch1/codeflower

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Juro OravecApr 8, 2020

Very useful for gaining insight into project structure, reviewing whether the structure is suitable and finding suggestions for refactoring and restructuring. Example: Rendered one of the projects I worked on with CodeFlower, discovered that in frontend components there was one file which was X times larger than the rest, and realised that the file actually harboured multiple functionalities and should be most likely split into individual components. Note, however, that since CodeFlower use... Show more

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David Johnson (gvost)Nov 10, 2017

Codeflower is probably the coolest way to look at data from GitHub! https://github.com

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Details

  • Version
    1.0.7
  • Updated
    April 26, 2022
  • Offered by
    Jake Mensch
  • Size
    246KiB
  • Languages
    English
  • Developer
    Email
    jake.mensch@gmail.com
  • Non-trader
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