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I use Chirpy http://chirpy.codeplex.com/ , which also supports SASS and coffeeScript.
Code standards in general are useful.
Modules are definitely necessary. You also need consistency in the way "classes" are implemented, i.e. "methods on the prototype" vs "methods on the instance". You should also decide which version of ECMAScript to target, and if you are targeting i.e. ECMAScript 5 use the provided language features, (e.g. getters and setters).