Sensei is an IDE plugin for IntelliJ that performs on the fly code analysis. This behavior is configurable with what we call 'recipes', which are contained in 'cookbooks'. Existing cookbooks can be found at the Sensei Hub.
You can also get help by joining the sensei community on Slack.
How this documentation is organized¶
Tutorials take you through a series of steps to create recipes. These will be used to automatically detect and fix coding mistakes.
Topic guides explain key topics and concepts from a high level. Understanding these is required to be able to work effectively with Sensei.
Reference guides contain the technical documentation and explanations for all the possible configuration options.
Troubleshooting contains useful information that helps to understand why Sensei isn't behaving as expected.
If this is the first time you've come into contact with Sensei then take a look at the following pages:
Already using Sensei, but wanting to learn more about recipe creation?¶
There are a few key topics and concepts that are to be understood before you can take full advantage of Sensei.