I stumbled across FixMyJS a while ago and proposed using it for a large project at Sage, and didn’t get much acceptance for it then. However, I used it enough to realize how useful it could be. Most of us use JSHint (or some other variant) for linting, so why not automate one step further and have minor lint issues handled automagically? JSHint users should take comfort in knowing that FixMyJS resides under the same jshint organization in GitHub, and that the two repos work seamlessly together.
I came back to FixMyJS about a month ago on another side project in need of some linting help. I had contributed a couple pull requests to both the main repo and the grunt plugin, and was content to use FixMyJS in that capacity until a recent post by @addyosmani rekindled my interest.
Addy created a Sublime Text plugin for FixMyJS, which was followed shortly by a companion plugin for Atom – authored by none other than @sindresorhus. Since Brackets is my favorite editor of late, and I’ve been looking for a reason to write an extension – I seized the opportunity. brackets-fixmyjs is published to the Bracket Extension Registry and available via the Extension Manager.