Sonar in the news
Welcome to the roundup of blog posts and pages that mentioned Sonar last month...
Measuring code quality with Sonar
By Allard Buijze, 26 February 2010
"At JTeam, we continuously strive for good quality code. The reason is very simple: bad quality code slows down the development process. The small investment pays out in even the simplest of projects."
Sonar: a valuable tool for every Java shop
By Hans Westerbeek, 22 February 2010
"If your organization develops Java applications, chances are that Sonar could be very valuable for you. Sonar helps you calculate your technical debt by analyzing your project’s source code."
Getting More Agile - 2009 in Review
By Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen, 21 February 2010
"With our mavenization efforts, we were recently able to make use of Sonar (which rocks, btw) instead of the old, more primitive (boring) Ant reports in Hudson."
A Sonar Cobol Plugin
By SonarSource, 18 February 2010
Coming soon... "SonarSource has developed its own Cobol parser and packaged it in a Sonar Cobol analyzer. It allows to perform objective and automated Cobol code quality and standards reviews against pre-defined rule sets and coding best practices. It also generates standard code metrics like number of lines or density of comments"
Add code quality metrics to your GateIn Dashboard with Sonar
By Jeremi Joslin, 11 February 2010
"Sonar is an open source platform to manage code quality. It enables to collect, analyze and report metrics on source code. At eXo Platform, we use Sonar to manage and monitor the quality of our codebase."
Sonar Integration for AnthillPro
By Eric Minick, 10 February 2010
"A Sonar plugin for AnthillPro is now available through Urbancode's Supportal (support portal)."
Sonar SCM Activity Plugin version 0.1
By Evgeny Mandrikov, 27 January 2010
"People, who follow me on Twitter, already know about new plugin for Sonar developed by me. Meet - Sonar SCM Activity Plugin."
Java Build Server
By Manuel Küblböck, 23 Januray 2010
"In my last Java project, I set up a build server with Continuous Integration (CI) capability. I am a big fan of Test Driven Development (TDD) and I quite enjoyed Hudson telling us right away when someone checked in code that broke the build. It just gives you so much more confidence in your code and keeps it releasable at all times. In addition, we used Sonar to measure the quality of our code."