the SonarLint version we’ve just released helps developers write clean front-end code, by adding support for CSS and TypeScript analysis.
We’ve also simplified the binding of your Eclipse projects to SonarQube and SonarCloud. SonarLint now notifies you when you are working on a project that is already configured for analysis in SonarQube or SonarCloud, so that you can setup your project binding in no more than one click:
Here is a selection of other changes in this release:
- The Java analysis detects more precisely hard-coded passwords.
- We added 4 new quick fixes for Python issues.
- we’ve added support for Python 3.11, TypeScript 4.8 and for PHP 8.2.
Please note that starting from this release, SonarLint requires at least version 14.17 of Node.js to run JS and TS analysis.
The full release notes are here.