My own eslint configurations.
$ npm install --save-dev @satazor/eslint-config
First you need to choose the base configuration to use:
es5- The configuration to be used in ECMAScript 5 based projects
es6- The configuration to be used in ECMAScript 6 based projects
Then enhance it with one or more addons:
browser- If you are going to develop code for the browser (having in mind IE >= 9)
node- If you are going to develop code for NodeJS
node-v4-es6- If you are going to develop code for NodeJS 4.x.x with the
es6-modules- If you are going to use ES6 import & export (must be used with the
react- If you are going to use React and JSX (requires
Finally, simply create a
.eslintrc.json file with the chosen base configuration and addons. Feel free to override rules you won't agree with. You can look at some examples bellow.
Alternatively, you can make your own configuration by using the set of rules individually. If you're interested in doing that, you can check
es5.js to see how it is done.
Cutting edge ES6 with modules in the browser, using react:
Cutting edge ES6 with modules in NodeJS (requires babel or similar):
Use ES6 in NodeJS without any transpiler:
.. and if you are programming against NodeJS v4 please use:
Good old ES5 in NodeJS:
Note that by setting
root to true, we ensure that no ancestor configuration is used which also improves
eslint performance because no more file lookups need to be done.
File name convention
If your file exports a single class, your filename should be exactly the name of the class. For other cases, the name of the file should be the same as the default exports (prefer camelCase).