AppMap for Visual Studio Code
AppMap enhances the developer experience by analyzing runtime code behavior before you commit changes and go to production.
AppMap records detailed traces of how your application runs and analyzes it based on frameworks and techniques including web services, view templates, HTTP client requests, caching, authentication, and SQL.
Bugs, loops, calls, dependencies, security issues, and more are found with ease in trace views and sequence diagrams.
AppMap helps you understand any codebase or project that is written in a supported web application or API framework, including Ruby on Rails, Django, Flask, Express, and Spring.
AppMap can also be used to map a database-backed web application or API service, and instantly generate OpenAPI documentation based on the API calls it observes at runtime.
Data usage: AppMap runtime recordings and diagrams are created and stored locally on your machine. AppMap does not require any permissions to your web hosted code repo in order to run.
Sign-in via GitHub or GitLab is required to obtain a license key to start using AppMap in your code editor.
There is no fee for personal use of AppMap.
There are methods of manually generating AppMap data files without a license key. Reach out to an AppMap team member in our community Slack or drop us a line at email@example.com for guidance on how to do that.
Getting started with AppMap
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Blog for user stories and product announcements.
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