Code Audit

Find out why your product doesn’t perform as expected. Let us audit the code and find out what solutions can improve your app.

What is a code audit?

It’s a complex app analysis that should determine whether your product has any problems with performance and effectiveness, or security issues.

It also tells you what factors cause them. Such issues may discourage users and lead to churn. The audit allows you to avoid such a situation.

The report provides information on your product’s condition and what causes it. There are also recommendations for solutions to detected problems and suggestions for improving your systems.

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When should you consider a code audit?

  • When internal app tests after every launch show that there are more and more bugs.
  • If your team is late with the version releases because of growing technical problems.
  • If the app often doesn’t work smoothly.
  • When you want to check if the source code is free from technical debt that can make future app development impossible.
  • When your app needs to ensure high security of the processed data, and you want to check current security features.
  • When the new team is about to develop the product. In this case, the code audit in an initial phase of the project can save you big expenses in the future.
  • To check if the third-party libraries you are currently using are best ones for you.


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Faster performance

After implementing the recommended changes, the app should load faster. As a result, performing various actions takes less time.

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Product development opportunity

Critical problems in code make it hard and sometimes impossible to develop an app. Only fixing these issues enables us to make changes and add new features.


User satisfaction

The better the app works, the more eager people are to use it. Lack of problems with content loading and fast performance improve their experiences.

How do we conduct the code audit?


Initial definition of the problem

We determine what element of the app may cause bugs. If there’s a high probability that the problem is related to appearance and usability rather than code, we recommend a UX audit. It takes less time to prepare than an in-depth technical analysis of all app elements.


Code analysis

Based on the materials provided by you, we verify how your product currently performs. Next, we manually review the app code. Separately a part with database and mobile product. We analyze project status, its structure, and applied solutions. We also check what tools were used to write the app and if the static code follows best practices for a given language. We rely on generally accepted standards regarding software development and verify to what extent the product meets them. We also analyze, among other things, data flow between the backend and an app and check if there is any malicious code. At the end of this phase, dynamic code analysis takes place to test if the logic can be improved.


Workflow analysis

Our code auditors analyze how the team runs the project. We evaluate if it was documented well. We then list eventual external integrations that are not currently supported, along with the suggestions for substitutes. Then, our specialist checks how the software release process is conducted if the app supports automated version delivery and development. We will also add recommendations for automated tools that can be implemented in your project.


Creating the report

The report contains all observations, insights, and recommendations from the code auditing team. In this document, you will find a detailed description of our actions, detected issues, and improvement proposals. the code audit will enable you to consult the project status with your team and make decisions regarding the app development based on data.

What will you find in your code audit?

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We thoroughly explain why we consider something an issue. Our team uses simple language so that even people without advanced technical knowledge can understand how the problem affects the app’s performance.

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We categorize problems to make it easier for you to determine how important each of them is. We distinguish critical, moderately significant, and cosmetic issues.

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In the report, you will find two recovery plans with recommendations for improvements. The basic plan concentrates on eliminating critical problems and requires less budget. The advanced plan involves the elimination of all the detected issues.


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