JSCS Development Team is announcing that JSCS with version number 2.7.0 is already available to download.
What is JSCS ?
JSCS is .
JSCS works just like a classic code linter, but instead of checking the validity of the code’s syntax, it checks if various styling rules are respected. Over 90 of such rules are included by default with the JSCS package, some of them organized in sets following famous style guides detailed on the Internet and used by some well-known open source projects and big-name companies. Some of the included presets provide a way to check your code against the following style guides: jQuery, Crockford, Google, Grunt, Wikimedia, Yandex, Airbnb, and Mr.doob. Of course developers are not limited to those and can also create their own, grouping together the validation rules they want to use, or by also writing new coding style validators on their own. By default the JSCS package can be used from the Node.js CLI, but there are also extensions for popular development toolkits like Atom, SublimeText, Visual Studio, VIM, IntelliJ, Brackets, Grunt, and Gulp. JSCS has been a successful project and since its launch has been used by popular Web projects like Bootstrap, jQuery, AngularJS, Grunt, Ionic, Ember, Famo.us, Less.js, and Moment.js. It has also made its way into the headquarters of companies like Yandex, Adobe, Wikimedia, and Goodvidio.
This is changelog for JSCS version 2.7.0 :
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: jscs.info