August 2019 (version 1.28.0)
Welcome to the new DeepScan updates!
We just have started the Enterprise plan for users interested in using DeepScan on private sources behind the firewall.
Please kindly go ahead with the highlights for the latest release.
This version includes a number of updates that we hope you've found some of them helpful.
The key highlights are:
- New rules - New rules for React function components, Hooks, and possible memory leaks.
- Enterprise plan - The Enterprise plan is coming.
- Enhanced ESLint support - More ESLint plugins are supported!
- ECMAScript 2019 support - Support the latest ECMAScript specification!
- Security fix - Restrict the team's information only to the team members
Check the new rules!
- AMBIGUOUS_BRANCH_BODY - Check whether the branch body is ambiguously formatted without braces
- AMBIGUOUS_ELSE_BRANCH - Check for the ambiguous indentation of
- BAD_REMOVE_EVENT_LISTENER - Do not use
removeEventListener()with a newly created function
- VUE_MISSING_CLEANUP_IN_LIFECYCLE - Remove global event handlers during the lifecycle of a Vue component
Now we introduce a new Enterprise plan!
The Enterprise plan is best for organizations hosting their code on their own servers. It is the suite of packages that includes:
- Editor plugins: Stand-alone plugins and extensions for IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse and VS Code
- Node.js package: A Node.js package which enables you to run DeepScan in the command line or programmatically
Please refer to this documentation for more details.
Since the July release, we have supported the ESLint analysis.
By the security concerns, it only supports the pre-defined ESLint plugins. In this release, we added more plugins to support users having analysis problems.
And to prevent false alarms about importing modules, we are ignoring some ESLint rules regarding it. For more information, please see the Using ESLint guide.
ECMAScript 2019 Support
We've checked ECMAScript 2019 (ES10) features and added support for built-in APIs such as
Now we fully support ECMAScript 2019!
- Recognize React
propsaccesses going through object destructuring with the rest pattern
We restricted the permission of some team level APIs to team member only. This prevents all public access to the team dashboard so that only team members can access the team's information such as private projects' statistics.
We much appreciate Wouter Baan for his help and will continue to put in place steps to improve the security.
- Pull request check fails when one of repository owners' token has expired
- Names including uppercase letters are incorrectly recognized as Vue directives
- Some MISSING_ELSE_KEYWORD alarms are missed when
ifstatements occur in sequence
Thank you to the following folks who help to make DeepScan better:
- Nimrod Becker kindly reported our pull request problems regarding an expired token