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JSHint Reviews

New JSHint website. Anton Kovalyov Oct 1st, 2013. For the last couple of weeks I've been working on a new homepage for JSHint and today I'm proud to announce the new jshint. com! JSHint Website.

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  • Help figuring out why script isn't working for an Archivist
    If you don't know and want to script for this sheet, then you should know - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
  • Script Help - Background
    If you don't know it, you should: That website has saved me a few headaches. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
  • Modern, faster alternatives to ESLint
    JSHint was created as a more configurable version of JSLint; it was released in 2011 by John Crawford, and similar to ESLint, it helps us detect syntax errors in a JavaScript program. As it aims to be a configurable version of JSLint, and provides a plethora of options that can be disabled or enabled through a configuration file, which allows for some form of flexibility. Each available option is also adequately... - Source: / 5 months ago
  • JSLint error: Move all 'var' declarations to the top of the function
    UPDATE 8/22/2011: found, it looks much better than - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
  • Best 15.4 shortcuts
    Right, I just tried it on JSHint to see if there is any errors. - Source: Reddit / 7 months ago
  • Cyclomatic complexity: Why QAs (and Devs) should worry about it
    And another 50 warnings, measured in JSHint. Some words were removed and/or modified to not identify the product and translated to English. - Source: / 12 months ago
  • Script-loading script fails on a particular script
    As expected, that code is never executed (neither memsq nor cachedsq exist), so as you point out, the script is not being loaded. I ran both scripts through JSHint, but only got warnings about using the ES6 flag in the site (which I don't know how to do); no errors. The unloaded script works quite well on Node, and when pasting it directly into the console, as I already mentioned, so this script has no errors that... - Source: Reddit / about 1 year ago
  • Help with Modules
    Are you getting the message that you don't have a valid config.js file after you modify the default modules? Try using something like JSHint to confirm that you don't have issues like missing commas or semi-colons and all your brackets and braces tie together. Also, unless you're using the words true/false or numbers, anything else (not the variables but the values you're wanting) generally needs to be surrounded... - Source: Reddit / over 1 year ago
  • Design an Effective Build Stage for Continuous Integration
    As you can imagine, the language changed a lot over time, and not all its parts are good. Using a linter will help us stay away from the bad parts of JavaScript. In my experience, the ESlint and JSHint linters integrate very well into the CI environment. Any of these can be installed with npm install --save-dev. - Source: / over 1 year ago

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