SonarLint for Visual Studio v6.8 - Quick fixes for JavaScript and TypeScript issues

Hello Visual Studio users,

Following the launch of quick fixes in SonarLint a few months ago, we’ve brought this functionality to Visual Studio as well: by updating SonarLint to the latest version, you’ll benefit from around 50 quick fixes for JavaScript and for TypeScript, with more coming in the future. SonarLint for Visual Studio now supports quick fixes for a selection of rules in C#, VB.NET, C, C++, JavaScript, and Typescript - you can browse them in our portal.

This release also brings several new rules and improvements across all the supported languages, here is a selection:

Please be advised that SonarLint now requires at least version 12.22 of Node.js to run JS and TS analysis; in order to make that clearer, SonarLint will now notify you in Visual Studio if you try to analyze JS/TS code without a compatible version.

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