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- Apr 2019
What is code refactoring?Code refactoring means restructuring your existing code, in a way that improves the internal structure but doesn’t change its external behavior. This complex procedure is aimed at modernizing software. It is typically used to increase the system’s maintainability, enhance performance, scalability, security and so on. If performed well, it can help developers discover some hidden bugs or vulnerabilities in the system.Typically, refactoring is done in small steps, called micro-refactorings. Each of these steps is usually a tiny change to a source code that leaves the functionality of the system unchanged, it just makes the code cleaner and simpler. And if you do want to change some functionality of your code, it’s much easier to do with a clean, refactored code.