JSLint.NET is a wrapper for Douglas Crockford's JSLint, the JavaScript code quality tool. It can validate JavaScript anywhere .NET runs.

We're Moving

Over the coming weeks, JSLint.NET will be migrating to its new home on GitHub. For now only the source code has been moved over. It was necessary to rewrite the history to match contributors with their GitHub accounts, so unfortunately existing forks will be incompatible with the new repo.

Issues and documentation will take a little longer to transition. But in the mean time, all new development will happen on GitHub.

Get JSLint.NET

JSLint.NET for MSBuild

Wires up targets to any Visual Studio project for development and CI time JavaScript validation. Check it out on NuGet and run this command from the package manager console to install:

PM> Install-Package JSLintNet.MSBuild

JSLint.NET for Visual Studio

Provides a richer IDE experience for Visual Studio 2012, 2013 and 2015, with underlined warnings and the ability to validate automatically on save and build. Download it from the Extensions and Tools dialog within Visual Studio or from the Visual Studio Gallery.

Other Editions

All flavors of JSLint.NET can be downloaded from the CodePlex releases page.

1.8.0 Released

This version adds support for Visual Studio 2015. Thanks Mads Kristensen!

Older Releases

See past release information on the Change Log page.


Last edited Mar 21 at 10:15 PM by Qube, version 47