February 18th 2011
JSHint works in the browser as well as in environments like Node.js and Rhino, and has many options so you can control what errors you want to see. Anton is a developer at Disqus (which we use for our commenting system here), and he told me that the team at Disqus is already actively using JSHint.
The code is open source and available on Github, and the website contains the documentation and web version of the tool. If you use JSHint and think that it is too strict, you can use Github Issues to describe the gripes you encounter. JSHint looks awesome, and I can’t wait to see where the community takes it! Great work, guys.