SonarQube 4.2 in Screenshots

The team is proud to announce the release of SonarQube 4.2, which includes many exciting new features:

  • Multi-language analysis
  • Tags of rules
  • New visual measure filter representations (bubble chart, pie chart and histogram)
  • Improved Issues page

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At Long Last, SonarQube Is a True Polyglot

Good taste prevents me from embedding a trumpet fanfare into this post, but it does seem warranted. After all, with the release of SonarQube version 4.2 last week, SonarSource has finally implemented the all-time highest voted ticket in the SonarQube backlog: multi-language analysis.

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Ducks Make It Look Easy Too

Since I joined SonarSource full time at the beginning of this month, I’ve been thinking a lot about ducks and belly dancers.

That seems like an odd combination, but they have more in common than you might think. Most people have heard the old saw about being like a duck: stay calm on the surface and paddle like hell underneath. It’s pretty much the same for belly dancers; those big, poofy pants (or skirts) they wear aren’t simply a fashion statement; they’re intended hide how hard the dancer’s legs are working in the process of making the rest of the body move.

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Measures, at your Service!

If there’s a set of data you regularly look up in SonarQube, the Measures Service – and saved filters – are going to be your new favorite SonarQube features.

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Three options for pre-commit analysis

As a quality-first focus becomes increasingly important in modern software development, more and more developers are asking how to find new issues before they check their code in.

For some of you, it’s a point of pride. For others, it’s a question of keeping management off your back, and for still others it’s simply a matter of not embarrassing yourself publicly. Fortunately, the SonarQube developers (being developers themselves) understand the problem and have come up with three different ways of dealing with it: the Eclipse plugin, the IntelliJ plugin, and the Issues Report plugin.

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What’s Coming Up for SonarQube in 2014 ?

I recently wrote a post listing what was accomplished in the SonarQube platform last year. Today, I’ll continue with even more exciting stuff: what we’ll do this year! I’ll share: what the main innovations will be, how the ecosystem will evolve, and what technical challenges we’ll face.

I’ll start with the highest voted request in the SonarQube Jira, which is only six months younger than SonarSource itself:

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5 Years and Counting: SonarSource Has a Lot to Celebrate

SonarSource is celebrating! The last few months have seen some significant milestones for the company. The biggest is that we’re 5 years in now, and still growing.

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Looking back at 2013 SonarQube Ecosystem Accomplishments

A new year provides a good opportunity to look back at what was achieved the previous year. I’ll do that for the SonarQube platform in this post.

Let’s start with a summary of this retrospective. Last year:

  • the platform was renamed into SonarQube
  • 5 releases of SonarQube platform
  • 130 releases of ecosystem products
  • 75,000+ downloads of SonarQube
  • 13,000+ messages on mailing lists

So I suppose we can call this a pretty active year for the community. Now, the longer version:

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SQALE models – more than just tiny cities*

This week I want to talk about SQALE – which is commonly pronounced “scale.”

Before I joined SonarSource, I tried many times to understand what SQALE was about, but I just couldn’t get a grip on it. Recently, I sat down with SonarSource Senior Consultant David Racodon, who walked me through it, and made it seem simple. Since version 4.0 brought the fundamentals of SQALE into SonarQube core for everyone to use, I think it’s important to share what I learned in case anyone else is puzzled too.

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SonarQube 4.1 in Screenshots

The team is proud to announce the release of SonarQube 4.1, which includes many exciting new features:

  • Tracking of added technical debt
  • New Bubble Chart widget on projects and views
  • New search panel on Issues and Measures pages
  • Project key pattern for permission templates
  • New modal windows to select users and groups
  • New permission to administer issues

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