It’s now such an essential piece of the web so how could you not?
You may already have a good way to test the quality of your code but if not then you may want to check out this detection tool which might be very useful:
JSHint is a simple tool to detect errors and problems in your code that also enforces coding conventions which you may or may not always obey.
Besides the fact that it’s open source (get it on GitHub) it’s also very much a community-driven service with a pretty passionate community around it:
They will even pay you to find issues in it! That’s kind of neat. The core team members are (some of which you already may know):
- Anton Kovalyov (@valueof)
- Wolfgang Kluge (blog)
- Josh Perez (@goatslacker)
- Brent Lintner (@brentlintner)
- Bernard Pratz (@guyzmo)
The current maintainer is Anton Kovalyov.