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JSHint editor plugin


#1

Who uses JSHint, a static code analysis tool for JavaScript? Google does, JimMarlowe does and a plethora of other companies do, and now, so can you. I’ve made a plugin for the AtomicEditor that allows you to harness the power of JSHint from the privacy of your own home (or office). Its easy to use and works wonders. [Read about it] (https://github.com/JimMarlowe/GameFarm/blob/master/JshintPlugin/README.md) or [download it] (https://github.com/JimMarlowe/GameFarm/tree/master/JshintPlugin) and make your code better.
But please install jshint before the using the plugin :slight_smile:


#2

You get a report of your Javascript flaws, and you can elect fix them, if you want. This it what a report looks like: ( Ideally, it should be empty :rooster: )


You’ll notice I used to be have problems with my Javascript code … Three equal signs? Who thought of that? Missing semicolons? vars not used, well, that is useful.


#3

Awesome editor extension, if you’re going to be doing any mount of JS’ing, analysis tools are a must, and nice integration :thumbsup:

BTW, you might like this, good fun: https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/wat