Tools We Use to Check Your Code

Feram currently uses 21 tools to automatically fix bugs in your code.

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  • autopep8

    Keep your Python code consistent with the Python Enhancement Proposal 8 (PEP 8) style conventions.
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  • Bandit

    Bandit performs security analysis on Python source code.
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  • Brakeman

    A static security scanner for Ruby on Rails applications
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  • ESLint

    Linting and style checking for your modern ECMAScript / JavaScript code.
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  • Fix Package File

    Fixes invalid settings in package.json files

  • Fix target blank vulnerability

    This vulnerability can lead to phishing and cross site scripting attacks.

  • Fix trailing newline

    Add a trailing newline at the end of the document if missing

  • Fix Typos

    Fix typos and spelling mistakes

  • govet

    Vet examines Go source code and reports suspicious constructs as well as dead code.
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  • Hadolint

    A smart Dockerfile linter that helps you build best practice Docker images.
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  • JSONLint

    A JSON parser and validator. No more inconsistent formatting and invalid keys.
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  • PHP Coding Standards Fixer

    This tool fixes most issues defined in the PHP standard recommendations PSR-1 and PSR-2.
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  • Rubocop

    Style and quality checks for Ruby code. Includes support for modern Rubies (2.2+).
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  • SensioLabs Security Checker

    The SensioLabs Security Checker checks if your application uses dependencies with known security vulnerabilities.
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  • ShellCheck

    ShellCheck is a tool for suggesting possible improvements to bash/sh shell scripts.
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  • Stylefmt

    Tool that automatically formats CSS.
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  • SVGO

    SVGO checks and improves SVG files.
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  • Tidy

    Correct and clean up HTML & XML documents by fixing markup errors and upgrading legacy code to modern standards.
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  • TSLint

    TSLint is an extensible static analysis tool that checks TypeScript code for readability, maintainability, and functionality errors.
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  • Uncrustify

    A source code beautifier for C, C++, C#, ObjectiveC, D, Java, Pawn and VALA
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  • yamllint

    Yamllint checks the syntax and provides suggestions to increase the readability of YAML files.
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