Base eslint rules that we use at Evermind Digital
$ cnpm install @evermind/eslint-config-base
- Inspired by the many great style-guides out there, but particularly Zeit's and Airbnb's.
Principles (in priority order)
eslint -> For syntax and code issues, as well as some stylistic linting
husky -> Manage githooks
lint-staged -> Use with husky for automatic linting on git commit
- This is a work in progress and should be thought of as organic, rather than static. It is as much a tool to decide what the style should be as it is an enforcement and declaration of that style.
- If something should never be in your code, it is an error, regardless of the severity of the issue.
- If something probably shouldn't be in your code, but might just require extra oversight from the programmer, the rule should produce a warning. The programmer should then insert a comment to remove the error, or adjust the code accordingly. See the eslint docs for details.
- You should add rules here where possible, not in individual projects.
- Make sure you have eslint installed and initialised:
npm --save-dev i eslint/
yarn add --dev eslint
- Install with yarn (or npm)
yarn add --dev @evermind/eslint-config-base
- You should extend this in your
- Add the following to your package.json scripts (adjusting for the appropriate src folder accordingly):
// note that lint-staged chooses the path for linting for you
"lint": "eslint ./src",
- Setup your editor as necesary: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=dbaeumer.vscode-eslint, https://github.com/w0rp/ale
- This packagage assumes you are using githooks to run linting (hence the fact that
elint-staged are dependencies, although they do not technically need to be implemented).
- If you add to your package.json as specified above, you'll have automatic linting taken care of for you on each commit, for the files you are commiting only.
- If you have flow installed, you will also need to run
yarn add --dev eslint-plugin-flowtype.
- You will then need to add the following to your
- You may also want to add some githooks for extra flow checking by adding
flow --write to lint-staged in your
- If you are using react, you will also need to run
yarn add --dev eslint-plugin-react
- Then add the following to your
- Make appropriate changes in repo
- Ensure stylistic changes (i.e. overwrites of Prettier) go in
npm version <update_type> (where update type is one of
(5 months ago)
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