@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript

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@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript

These configuration files are suitable to lint TypeScript code.

Setup

To lint TypeScript files using ESLint and this ruleset you must

  1. Install ESLint & this ruleset
  2. Tell the TypeScript parser where your tsconfig.json file is (not doing so will cause some TS-syntax-specific rules to not work at all)
  3. Extend one or more of the included rulesets

See the example .eslintrc.js file below for more details and make sure you read the Parser’s docs about its settings.

Configurations

@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript

Suitable for linting TypeScript source files.

Together with this ruleset, you should also choose one base ruleset depending on your target platform:

@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript/react

React specific overrides.

Optional Configurations

@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript/optional

Use this ruleset together with any of the above version-specific rulesets. Provides additional insights into potential inconsistencies in the project.

For new projects, it is recommended to enable this ruleset. For existing projects, it is only recommended for the brave.

Coding Styles

@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript/style

This ruleset includes rules which deal with how the code looks like and not how it works. It helps keeping the code clean and consistent. 🎨

A full configuration for a TypeScript on Node.js project:

// .eslintrc.js
'use strict';

module.exports = {
  extends: [
    '@lmc-eu/eslint-config-node/v10',
    '@lmc-eu/eslint-config-node/optional',
    '@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript',
    '@lmc-eu/eslint-config-typescript/style',
  ],

  parserOptions: {
    // The project field is required in order for some TS-syntax-specific rules to function at all
    // @see https://github.com/typescript-eslint/typescript-eslint/tree/master/packages/parser#configuration
    project: './tsconfig.json',
  },
};

A full configuration for a TypeScript on React project:

Please note, that you need to have eslint-config-react installed as well

// .eslintrc.js
'use strict';

module.exports = {
  extends: [
    '@lmc-eu/react',
    '@lmc-eu/react/style',
    '@lmc-eu/react/optional',
    '@lmc-eu/typescript',
    '@lmc-eu/typescript/style',
    '@lmc-eu/typescript/react',
  ],

  parserOptions: {
    // The project field is required in order for some TS-syntax-specific rules to function at all
    // @see https://github.com/typescript-eslint/typescript-eslint/tree/master/packages/parser#configuration
    project: './tsconfig.json',
  },
};

To actually lint .ts files, you must pass the --ext flag to ESLint:

eslint --ext ts --report-unused-disable-directives .

VSCode integration

The vscode-eslint plugin for integrating ESLint into VSCode does not automatically parse TypeScript files. To do so, you must inform ESLint to enable on TypeScript files by adding this configuration to your settings (File > Preferences > Settings):

  "eslint.validate": [
    "javascript",
    "javascriptreact",
    { "language": "typescript", "autoFix": true },
    { "language": "typescriptreact", "autoFix": true }
  ]

Notice we are adding javascriptreact and typescriptreact above. It won’t harm adding those, but you can always omit these languages if not using them.

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