Sonar in the news
Welcome to the roundup of blog posts and pages that mentioned Sonar last month...
Assessing Code Quality with Sonar
By Mike McGarr, 1 May 2012
I recently joined a development team where I was asked to help improve the team’s code quality and engineering practices. Soon after joining the team, I noticed numerous code quality issues that needed to be addressed. In order to justify the effort to improve code quality to non-technical decision makers, I needed a quantitative method for measuring the quality of the source code and possibly the technical debt. I had heard a lot about a tool called Sonar, so I decided to give a try...
Java quality management with Sonar
By Tobias Hofmann, 16 April 2012
Quality of software projects is a huge topic and most of the time is focused around management of the project: agile, change management, etc. An area of equal importance is code quality. For most programming languages a QM product is available. SAP with ABAP comes with code quality tools, and because Java has an enormous eco system, Java also does have a wide range of code quality tools available...
Integrating Sonar with Eclipse
By Tobias Hofmann, 20 April 2012
Sonar comes with a killer feature: Eclipse integration. This does not only mean that there is an Eclipse perspective available, but Sonar findings can be used with Mylyn...
By Jean-Pierre Fayolle, 27 April 2012
It’s been a while since we talked about Sonar. I was a bit busy recently to discover new territories so I am late in the update of my Sonar environment. Furthermore, there is a new release 3.0 with a bunch of new features. So without further ado, the time has come for a Sonar upgrade...
Part 3: Play Application - Code analysis with Sonar
By Ionut David, 5 April 2012
The Play Framework is new around the block so the written is "not so pure OO code"(lots of static methods or POJOs with public fields) so the default sonar rules are violated. Because of this you will need to customize the sonar rules. I have checked the web for sonar play plugin but didn't found anything so I have used the sonar-ant-task v.1.3. Before going ahead check if you have the !Play framework installed. If not read CI Part 1 to see how to install it. Also you will need Ant installed on your machine