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I have seen the following image shared that is basically a diagram of code. It has a git icon in the menu, it has a code sign in the menu, so I assume it is mainly used for that purpose. Been looking for a while, but no clue. Reverse image search did not work too.

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  • Excuse my ignorance, what is the code sign? Are you only looking for this software? If not, then you should spell out the requirements. Feb 15 at 22:12
  • @RohitGupta It seems that I somehow decided to say 'code sign' and expect people to know what I think of. I was reffering to the </>. Anyways, turns out that the software I was looking for is called GooseCode.
    – Alexander
    Feb 16 at 14:48

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GooseCode

Disclosure: I am the author of this app.

GooseCode is designed to map and visualise code with a priority on reading code (as that’s the tricky part). Future versions will include IDE integrations so you can write in VSCode or IntelliJ and render dynamically. I see you’ve already discovered it on your own and would love you to share your experiences.

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    Welcome Matt! Can you please add a link to your creation within your answer? Thanks, and again, welcome! Mar 5 at 7:20

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