New year comes with new features for SonarQube and SonarLint, and we are glad to present them to you.
It is also worth noticing that we are now a Microsoft Visual Studio partner.
The beginning of 2017 saw the release of SonarQube 6.2, which comes with significant changes, both to the interface and underlying mechanisms to streamline and improve the user experience including a new “Projects” page, an enhanced “Issues” page, the rating support in Quality Gates and more.
Governance 1.2 has been launched featuring a new way of calculating reliability and security ratings of a view. Ratings are now based on a density of project to give a more stable indicator of the overall quality of the portfolio.
SonarLint improvements and new developments kept the team busy on all IDEs.
- IntelliJ IDEA: analysis of all files in the project and support for PL/I in connected mode.
- Eclipse: new view to see additional issue locations (flows, secondary locations) and support for PL/I in connected mode.
- Visual Studio: Support for Cognitive Complexity mechanism, dataflow analysis improvement, new rules added on SonarC# and SonarVB and now available on Visual Studio 2017 RC.
Code Analyzers Releases
See the power of our static Code Analyzers for 18 programming languages. Below the main releases of the quarter:
Team is growing
A warm welcome to 7 new SonarSourcers who will enrich the sales, product management and development teams.
- Sevda Delaval is the new addition to the Sales team
- Xavier Bourguignon joins the Product Management team
- Carlo Bottiglieri joins the Development team
- Daniel Schwarz joins the Development team
- Krzysztof Jazgara joins the Support team
- Grégoire Aubert joins the Development team
- Laura Wacrenier is our new UX designer
See full team
Last quarter the SonarSource team had the chance to speak at 3 developer events: Devoxx US, Lyon JS (France) and Jug Torino (Italy) and showed the capabilities of our static code analyzers.
See all events