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When you work with CodeAssist plugin/extension, the code that CodeAssist works with is sent to the CodeAssist API. Your code is processed there to generate CodeAssist response (in the form of code change or message). Currently, the processed code is not stored on the server. If there are any changes to that, we'll let you know.
As part of generating response, CodeAssist sends the code to OpenAI API. OpenAI may use the content (code and text) as necessary to provide and maintain their services, comply with applicable law, and enforce their policies. The code is not used by OpenAI for improvement of their services or training of their models.
In order to use CodeAssist, you need to sign up here. After you sign up, you will be given an API key that you need to copy and paste in the settings of the plugin. Below you can find the installation instructions for the plugin.
CodeAssist is paid (you will need to buy credits), but you receive 3 free credits at the beginning, so you can try it for free.
1 credit costs $1.
Currently, 1 credit allows you to get approximately 7 messages / code generations / other actions executed by CodeAssist. But it's likely that there will be cheaper options in the future (stay informed, if you like).
Note: this is an early version and might not be perfect. It might contain some unexpected bugs or annoyances. I will be improving the app with time.
To install CodeAssist in Visual Studio Code, you need to do the following steps:
JetBrains IDE is for example: PyCharm, PHPStorm, IntelliJ IDEA, WebStorm and so on...
To install CodeAssist in Jetbrains IDE, you need to do the following steps:
CodeAssist is continually becoming more autonomous and capable. If you'd like to get notified when it gets significantly better, then submit your email below.
For contact, send an email to email@example.com .