:white_check_mark: The Node.js best practices list (December 2021)Project mention: express-ts | reddit.com/r/typescript | 2022-01-14
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Maybe ESLint has a different opinion, otherwise I see no reason not to use this. Also. if you don’t use ESLint yet, there’s undoubtedly a plug-in for your IDE 🙂
📚 Study guide and introduction to the modern front end stack.Project mention: Front-end guide from Grab | reddit.com/r/u_hasanlock | 2021-03-02
🚫💩 — Run linters on git staged filesProject mention: Day 1: Project Scaffolding | dev.to | 2021-12-31
Install TypeScript, Jest, Husky, Lint-Staged, and Prettier at the root of the project
React specific linting rules for ESLintProject mention: Is there a way to use a variable type with a React component? | reddit.com/r/typescript | 2022-01-15
This is true (though I'd argue that this case really isn't that narrow, I have an entire code base with not a single function component in sight), but that's also why React Dev Tools allows you to define a displayName field that it can display (and there's even a lint rule to make sure every component has a usable name, which is part of eslint-plugin-react's recommended preset)
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Real world example: you are using create-react-app, and you want to also to use xo, as both come with their own version of ESLint pre-installed, you could end up with 2 ESLint installed.
Official ESLint plugin for Vue.jsProject mention: Best VSCode Extension To use With VueJS | reddit.com/r/vuejs | 2022-01-04
EsLint With Plugin Vuejs
Code :arrow_right: prettier :arrow_right: eslint --fix :arrow_right: Formatted Code :sparkles:Project mention: I always have a hard time configuring my projects | reddit.com/r/webdev | 2021-02-19
side note: you can use prettier-eslint (as opposed to the prettier eslint plugin) which runs prettier and then eslint --fix. that way you won't get annoyed by a shit ton red lines from eslint linting with prettier.
Static AST checker for a11y rules on JSX elements.Project mention: Lessons Learned from Building a React Component Library with TypeScript | dev.to | 2021-10-19
First is eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y. We use this eslint plugin to automate verification of the accessibility of our component library. It checks the JSX of our components for obvious violations. This is as far as we can go with automation, but we complement eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y with manual auditing in Storybook I will discuss shortly.
No-Sweat™ Eslint and Prettier Setup - with or without VS CodeProject mention: How to create custom reusable ESLint, TypeScript, Prettier config for React apps | dev.to | 2021-12-06
P.S. Development of my custom eslint-config inspired by eslint-config-wesbos.
Various awesome ESLint rulesProject mention: How do I learn how bad my code is? How do I learn to make it better? | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 2022-01-05
I find that it hurts readability compared to a for loop. https://github.com/sindresorhus/eslint-plugin-unicorn/issues/623
The JS Open Source Community is filled with people grifting things like this. Quite notably, there's a linter called JS Standard Style, which actually has nothing to do with JS Standards.
It's marketed as if it was a standard, the fact that it isn't is tucked away in the readme, and also -- the entire project is just a wrapper around someones .eslintrc file, yet barely any credit is given to the ESLint devs who do all the work.
Go ahead and read the readme here, https://github.com/standard/standard. Could you genuinely tell this wasn't really a JS Standard at a glance? Could you tell this was just a config file for someone elses work? None of the donations go upstream to eslint by the way.
Hell, the actual config file is hidden inside a sub repo:
which has the audacity to claim
> This module is for advanced users. You probably want to use standard instead :)
It's a config file for someone elses program! Why does this library go through so much effort to hide that it's just someones config file? Why on earth is it called JS Standard Style?
The whole community is filled with slimy nonsense like this.
🛠️ A Vue CLI 3+ preset (previously a Vue CLI 2 boilerplate) for quickly starting a web extension with Vue, Babel, ESLint and more!Project mention: Vue in a Chrome extension | reddit.com/r/vuejs | 2021-11-09
Junior dev here and I'm a bit confused on what you need to use Vue within a Chrome extension. I found a few articles about it but it's often using this boilerplate: https://github.com/Kocal/vue-web-extension and I'd like to build my own (to really understand how it works).
Additional ESLint's rules for Node.jsProject mention: Import and export declarations are not supported yet (in TS) | dev.to | 2021-03-14
Light speed setup for MEVN(Mongo Express Vue Node) AppsProject mention: Reference project for VENM | reddit.com/r/vuejs | 2021-05-07
I created a project with mevn-cli and mongoose was throwing some error trying to create users in mongodb (my stack is down right now so can't check what the exact error was), it wasn't auth I don't think because it seemed like it connected ok, but I'm rebuilding my setup with no-auth for now just to rule that out.
Makes eslint the fastest linter on the planetProject mention: Eslind-fix with flycheck config? | reddit.com/r/emacs | 2021-02-19
Just learned about eslint-plugin-jsdoc (!)
:desktop_computer: Web Extension starter kit built with React, TypeScript, TailwindCSS, Storybook, Jest, EsLint, Prettier, and Webpack. Supports Google Chrome + Mozilla Firefox + Brave Browser + Microsoft Edge :fire:Project mention: Web Extension starter kit built with React, TypeScript, TailwindCSS, Storybook, EsLint, Prettier, & Webpack | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 2022-01-01
CLI for prettier-eslint
Is using the backtick (`) in console.log() considered bad form?
1 project | reddit.com/r/learnprogramming | 17 Jan 2022
Is there a way to use a variable type with a React component?
1 project | reddit.com/r/typescript | 15 Jan 2022
For each syntax style question
Why did function syntax become “more complicated”?
"Failed to compile" error for any eslint error. i would like to not have an entire project be blocked because of trivial stuff
3 projects | reddit.com/r/reactjs | 11 Jan 2022
Add space in self closing tags before in self closing tags
1 project | reddit.com/r/codehunter | 10 Jan 2022
My Top 10 Visual Studio Code Extensions
1 project | dev.to | 5 Jan 2022
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