Web Software Architecture and Engineering – Life on the Bleeding Edge

Like JSLint? Try JSHint!

JSHint is a new fork of JSLint.
To quote them:
“JSHint is a fork of Douglas Crockford’s JSLint that is designed to be more flexible than the original. Our goal is to make a tool that helps you to find errors in your JavaScript code and to enforce your favorite coding style. We realize that people use different styles and conventions, and we want our tool to adjust to them. JSHint will never enforce one particular convention. JSHint is developed and supported by the JavaScript developer community and we welcome feedback from everybody who cares about the language.”
We’re definitely going to start working on auditing and enforcing JS code through a mechanism like JSHint.


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