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Front-End Code Quality, Part 6 [Video]

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Front-End Code Quality, Part 6 [Video]

We continue our series on front-end code quality by exploring how to JSHint for code analysis, and how to work with JSHint from the command line.

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Running JavaScript Code Quality Tool With JSHint and Grunt

How to scan JavaScript code for better code quality enhancements and suggestions using static code analysis or linting tools. In this video, we will see how to use JSHint, how to download the grunt-contrib-jshint – npm, and we will see also how to change the Gruntfile.js configuration to include JSHint settings and run that from the command line and Visual Studio Command Task Runner.

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web dev ,front-end development ,jshint ,static code analysis ,linting

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