Are you tired of spending endless hours on manual code migrations and dependency upgrades? Grit is a powerful AI-powered tool that automates the process, putting your code on autopilot.

What is Grit?

Grit is a tool that leverages machine learning and static analysis to automate code migrations and clean up technical debt. With over 40 default migrations and the ability to write your own, Grit can handle Javascript, Typescript, Solidity, and much more.

How Does Grit Work?

Grit uses its powerful AI engine to generate pull requests that address technical debt, saving you time and improving developer velocity. It integrates smoothly with GitHub, VS Code, and the command line, making it convenient for high-velocity software teams.

Pros and Cons


  • Saves time and improves developer velocity
  • Automates code migrations and dependency upgrades
  • Integrates seamlessly with popular development platforms
  • Allows customization with custom patterns


  • Still in beta, might have occasional bugs or glitches
  • May require some learning curve to fully utilize its capabilities

Stay in Control

One of the most exciting features of Grit is the ability to define your own idioms using its declarative syntax. You can put your codebase on autopilot by declaring how you want your code to be structured and let Grit rewrite it for you.

Accelerate Your Migrations

Grit accelerates migrations by automatically detecting common sources of technical debt and providing automated pull requests with a single click. It also runs on every pull request to prevent regressions and automate best practices.

Grit Today

Grit is currently in beta, and you can try it for free. It's a tool for software teams looking to minimize time spent on maintenance and maximize their development velocity. Schedule a demo and experience the power of Grit firsthand.

With Grit, you can finally put manual code migrations and dependency upgrades on autopilot, allowing your team to focus on what they do best—building amazing software.

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