3 articles and links tagged with “jslint

  1. projects.mikewest.org

    One question you’re almost certainly not asking yourself is “What’s Mike West been up to?” That’s a shame, really, as I’ve got some projects floating around that I’m proud of, and that I’d like to share with you. Moreover, I’d like to point out the project documentation pages that I’ve put together as a meta-project; I think it’s worth your time to take a look.

  2. JSLint needs some Bad Parts

    One of the few tools that I consider truly indispensable when developing websites is JSLint. Too bad it’s almost impossible to contribute back to the project, and that the project’s run by someone who “will hurt your feelings.”

  3. Well. That was easy.

    Getting JSLint running inside Spidermonkey was much simpler than I expected it to be.