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Based on our record, Snyk should be more popular than Dependabot. It has been mentiond 18 times since March 2021. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
There are a plethora of tools in this space, and my recommendation is to use the existing one in any platforms you currently use where they exist, for example GitHubs Dependabot. If you don't have one available for your current tool-chain then (Snyk)[https://snyk.io/] is a good tool with a low barrier to entry. - Source: dev.to / 8 days ago
We use Snyk for package scanning, and earlier this year they've released a terraform scanning process. We're not using it everywhere, but this is the one we've kept our eye on. - Source: Reddit / 13 days ago
Snyk is a developer-friendly security platform that sees developers as the first step in building secure applications and infrastructure. Snyk scans and secures components across the cloud native application stack through automated fixes, suggestions for preventive measures, and constant monitoring for vulnerabilities. - Source: dev.to / about 1 month ago
No one writes all of their code in house. They leverage third party code to do the basics. Check out https://snyk.io for your favorite language to check out all of the third party vulnerabilities. And these are only ones reported. Many are exploited far before they ever get reported. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
I work at Snyk (https://snyk.io/), for example, and our product lets you:. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
Dependabot provides a way to keep your dependencies up to date. Depending on the configuration, it checks your dependency files for outdated dependencies and opens PRs individually. Then based on requirement PRs can be reviewed and merged. - Source: dev.to / about 1 month ago
The first approach we looked at was Dependabot - a well-known tool for bumping dependencies. It checks for possible updates, opens Pull Requests with them, and allow users to review and merge (if you're confident enough with your test suite you can even set auto-merge). - Source: dev.to / 3 months ago
Dependabot is dead simple and their punchline clearly states what it does. We started using it a couple of years back, a bit before Github acquired it. - Source: dev.to / 6 months ago
The most known tool for this is Dependabot. Dependabot integrates seemlessly into Github and is able to create pull requests for outdated dependencies. If you have set up automated tests on your codebase all you have to do is merge the pull request created by Dependabot. It does not get any easier. - Source: dev.to / 4 months ago
Hello everyone! You probably well know and often use Dependabot in your projects. It's quite nice tool for automating the management of a project dependencies. I also use it on many Github repositories I manage. And recently I started noticing that I spend quite some time to manage the PRs. Dependabot can easily overwhelm you with the auto-generated PRs. Especially if you manage many repositories. - Source: dev.to / 4 months ago
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