JSHint for Atom

by Kasper Tidemann

The web community is buzzing these days due to the release of Atom, the new text editor by GitHub.

While Atom reminds heavily of both Sublime Text and Light Table, there are notable differences – especially the packages system.

On that note, Sindre Sorhus just released his JSHint for Atom package. It’s a neat addition that brings JSHint directly into the editor itself.

You can install the package by searching for “jshint” in under the Packages pane in the Atom preferences. At least two results will show up, so choose to install the “Jshint” one. Once installed, you’re good to go.