JavaScript is all about the interactivity, right? Sure. But JavaScript’s other great lure is in its ease of use and malleability as a language.

However, when it comes to complex projects, this malleability can mean basic errors or oversights result in bugs the size of nuclear-powered cockroaches. And nobody likes cockroaches. There is a solution. It’s called JSLint.

The author of JSLint, Douglas Crockford, says this framework is a tool for helping developers adhere to strict coding conventions. It’ll aid you in the dark science of refining your code. Interested? Read more about it at JSPro: Using JSLint to refine your code.

Tom Museth
Tom is the online managing editor at SitePoint. His working day consists of arming himself with an assembly line of long blacks and overseeing the curation of content and flow of traffic across the SitePoint network. His passions include bargain vinyl bins, yoga, juggling sci-fi novels with classic literature, and axolotls. He's currently wading into the world of Android development and HTML5 gaming.

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    For those who aren’t familiar with JSLint, this is definitely an article worth checking out. Thanks for linking to it.

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