Scertify™ now integrates 225 Javascript coding rules from Closure Compiler

After the integration of JSLint’s coding rules, Scertify™ Professional now integrates 225 coding rules from Closure Compiler, making code quality of Javascript projects possible directly within Eclipse.

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How to apply Closure Compiler’s coding rules in Scertify™ Professional

In order to start analyzing quality of your Javascript code with Closure Compiler’s rules, right-click on your project in the Eclipse’s Project Explorer » Properties » Scertify. Then, in the tab “Repository Selection”, select “Javascript Closure Compiler Rules” in the list and click “OK”.

As usual, once your project has been analyzed with Closure Compiler coding rules, Scertify™ opens a dedicated perspective to highlight programming violations. You’re now able to track and eliminate Javascript coding rule violations.

The list of available rules can be viewed at coding.tocea.com, our public repository of coding rules. Feel free to vote for rules that you find the most interesting.

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About Scertify™ Professional

Scertify™ Professional Edition is an Eclipse plugin dedicated to analyze, control and correction of code quality defects, through computer-assisted code refactoring. It includes +1,600 coding rule controls and 9 rules for automated-refactoring, for Java and Javascript projects.

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+10 years experienced Marketing & Communication Manager, specialized in Technology & Innovating companies. Marketing Manager at Tocea. Executive editor at http://dsisionnel.com, a french IT magazine. Creator of http://d8p.it, a cool url shortener. Dad of 2 kids.