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Each box on this page is called a widget. Any widget can be added t= o a project dashboard. Thus, any kinds of information from a project or fro= m the SonarQube instance can be displayed at will, although project dashboa= rds typically contain only project widgets.
Project dashboards are the entry point when looking at a project. They d= isplay an overview of the project data: measures, issues, etc.
The Default Dashboard gives an overview of your pr= oject (with widgets like Size, etc.) and its quality (with= widgets like Issues and Technical Debt, Duplicati= ons, etc.).
See Duplications for de= tailed explanation on this quality flaw.
See Bad Distribution of Complexi= ty for detailed explanation on this quality flaw.
See Spaghetti Design fo= r detailed explanation on this quality flaw.
See Lack of Unit Tests = for detailed explanation on this quality flow.
See Coding Standards Breach&= nbsp;for detailed explanation on this quality flaw.
See Bugs and Potential Bugs&= nbsp;for detailed explanation on this quality flaw.
See Not Enough or Too Many Comme= nts for detailed explanation on this quality flaw.
All the widgets above are compatible with differential views to help you focus on quality flows on= new code.
The Events widget is used to highlight events occurring during the lifet= ime of the project. There are two kinds of events:
The Treemap is a generic component that adapts dependin=
g on the structure of the project: modules, packages and files.
It shows th= e components that are at the top level, regardless of the type. It is then = possible to drill down into any component to get a view on the component.= p>
Three actions are available in the treemap: