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An extensible static analysis linter for the TypeScript language

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    SonarQube, a core component of the Sonar solution, is an open source, self-managed tool that systematically helps developers and organizations deliver Clean Code.

    Open Source freemium $150.0 / Annually

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    The fully pluggable JavaScript code quality tool

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    An opinionated code formatter

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    Code Climate provides automated code review for your apps, letting you fix quality and security issues before they hit production. We check every commit, branch and pull request for changes in quality and potential vulnerabilities.

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    A Ruby static code analyzer, based on the community Ruby style guide.

  6. stylelint is a modern CSS linter

    Open Source

  7. EditorConfig is a file format and collection of text editor plugins for maintaining consistent coding styles between different editors and IDEs.

    Open Source

  8. Codegrip is an automated code review tool that not only provides the user with detailed code review reports but also gives suggested solutions to solve the issues. It is the only automated code review platform that does not store the user's code

  9. All Node Sass linter!

  10. Automatically reviews code style, security, duplication, complexity, and coverage on every change while tracking code quality throughout your sprints.

  11. Brakeman is a static analysis security vulnerability scanner for Ruby on Rails applications.

    Open Source

  12. Phacility - Phabricator

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  13. 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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