I've even been putting some of my code into JSLint. It has a warning — JSLint will hurt your feelings — which is exactly right. I mean, ow!
And where my issues start to come in.
You can see this as having a similar purpose as Damian Conway's Perl Best Practices and the connected
Perl::Tidy, where you use the tool to outline the changes the book suggests you make. Except, Perl::Tidy gives you chapter and verse as to where to look up the dink and allow you to learn. As I put more code into JSLint, the more I wonder "Why is that?" and so far, I'm not finding the answers in The Good Parts.