Refining Your Code With JSLint

By Tom Museth

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.

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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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