Kiuwan, the only software measuring and analysis solution in the cloud, today announced a major update to its platform providing new tools that users have enthusiastically requested.
Kiuwan helps businesses measure the quality of their code, ensuring that software and applications are at the highest standard right from the start.
Today’s release improves Kiuwan’s platform with new functionality, better usability, better results, and an improved overall experience to make it even easier for users to continuously measure and analyze the quality of software development.
New Features include:
‧ Ability to Import 3rd Party Rulesets
Now users can import existing PMD, Checkstyle or Finfbugs rule sets to their favorite Kiuwan quality model and use them with the Kiuwan local analyzer. Easy yet powerful.
‧ New PHP Rules
New meaningful PHP rules, allow users to better measure the reliability, efficiency and maintainability of their PHPapplications.
‧ New Risk Index Calculation
Kiuwan has improved the way they calculate the risk index to reflect reality more accurately. Kiuwan’s new risk index takes the relative size of your application into account in a new way that will give you a closest estimation of the risk your are facing in your development.
‧ Partial Analysis Results for Free Accounts
Kiuwan is free for any applications under 25,000 lines of code. But what if your application is larger? Now, we will give you the partial results of the analysis taking into account only the lines of code in your account limit, 25 KLoC for free accounts for example.
‧ Global Platform Improvements
Users will notice a considerable performance jump with this release so you can browse between your applications and analyses more quickly and more efficiently.
See the full list of Kiuwan’s new features at