Sonar in the news

by olivier gaudin|

    Welcome to the roundup of blog posts and pages that mentioned Sonar last month...



    Cost of correcting rule breaks
    By Nicolas Frankel, 7 March 2011

    Last week, Simon Brandhof and Freddy Mallet of Sonar team and me were discussing Vaadin uses. At the end of our meeting, and although Vaadin finally did not fit their particular needs regarding Sonar, the talk disgressed toward quality.
    As regular Sonar users know, the former includes a very interesting plugin aptly named Technical Debt plugin...



    Creating Sonar Reports from Hudson
    By Gerardo Viedma, 16 March 2011

    In order to guarantee the quality of software development projects, it is important to be able to verify that a continuous integration build meets a minimum set of quality control criteria. The open source project Hudson provides the popular continuous integration server we will use throughout our example. Similarly, Sonar is a lead open source tool providing a centralized platform for storing and managing this type of quality control indicators...



    Sonar to Track Code Quality
    By Matthew, 19 March 2011

    Playing around with Sonar. I like the description from Sonar site about the tool – “SONAR is an open source quality management platform, dedicated to continuously analyze and measure source code quality, from the portfolio to the method.”...



    Configuring Sonar with maven
    By Valdemar Jr, 19 March 2011

    Sonar is a open source web-based application to manage code quality which covers seven axes of code quality as: Architecture and design, comments, duplications, unit tests, complexity, potential bugs and coding rules. Developed in Java and can be cover projects in Java, Flex, PHP, PL/SQL, Cobol and Visual Basic 6...