If at any point you would like some help, join us in Slack! You'll find members of the AppMap team there, along with other AppMap users.
The AppMap extension is listed on the Visual Studio Code Marketplace.
The AppMap plugin has official support for IntelliJ, PyCharm, and RubyMine listed on the JetBrains Marketplace.
Configure AppMap in your CI system or using GitHub Actions to continually analyze code changes during a pull request. AppMap will identify runtime code quality issues, performance issues, and security issues in your Pull Request before you merge. Refer to the Runtime Analysis - In CI documentation to learn how to integrate AppMap into your CI system or GitHub Actions for continual runtime code analysis.
If you’re programming in Java using IntelliJ, you can make AppMaps using the extension command “Start with AppMap”. These custom buttons and menu options can be used to run your Java application code with AppMap automatically configured.
See AppMap for JetBrains - Start with AppMap for more information.
If you’re programming in Java using VS Code, you can make AppMaps using the Java Launch Configurations command “Run with AppMap”.
See AppMap for VS Code - Run with AppMap for more information.
The easiest way to get setup is to use the the command-line installation and configuration utility.
AppMap publishes binaries of the command-line installer for various operating systems, you can find the most recent version of the AppMap command-line installer on GitHub. Expand the “Assets” section to find binaries for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
After you install the CLI, refer to the installation documentation to learn how to install AppMap into your project.
You can also follow the manual installation procedure specific to your language below.