SonarJava has a great coverage of well-established quality standards. The SonarJava capability is available in Eclipse and IntelliJ for developers (SonarLint) as well as throughout the development chain for automated code review with on-premise SonarQube or on-line SonarCloud.
SonarJava is a code analyzer for Java projects. Information about the SonarJava features is available below;
SonarQube is currently on the way to deprecate PMD, Checkstyle and Findbugs and use their own technology to analyze Java code (called SonarJava). They do it, because they don’t want to spend their time fixing, upgrading (or waiting on it) those libraries (e.g. for Java 8), which for example uses outdated libraries. Well at least since SonarQube 6.3+ it seems to be that Findbugs is (at the moment) no longer supported as a plugin.
409+ rules (including 103+ bug detection, 273 Code Smells, 33 Vulerabilities)
Metrics (complexity, number of lines etc.)
Import of test coverage reports
SonarJava is being used in the following…
SonarLint for Eclipse
SonarLint for Intellij IDEA
Supported versions, frameworks and special analyses…
Java language versions through 8
Frameworks Struts, Spring, Hibernate
Native integration with Maven, Gradle, and Ant
Code Coverage by Tests: SonarJava supports the import of JaCoCo and Cobertura test coverage reports.
SonarJava supports custom rules written in Java.