eslint-config-es contains a strict ESLint configuration for ES2015+ and TypeScript.
$ npm install eslint-config-es \eslint
The following additional ESLint plugins are included by default, so you don't have to install them:
To enable support for React and JSX, all you need to do is to install the react module. The appropriate rules will become enabled automatically.
To enable support for TypeScript, all you need to do is to install the typescript module. The appropriate rules will become enabled automatically for
.tsx files. The generated configuration expects a
tsconfig.json at the project root.
This module contains a very strict ESLint configuration for ES2015 and above, both for Node.js and browser development. Its aims to eradicate any variation in code style. If you can not tell any more, based on little individual manners, who of your co-workers wrote a piece of code, this module succeeded. This helps you to narrow down your focus to pure functionality, as you do not have to think about code styling any more at all.
To use one of those configurations, create a
.eslintrc.json file in your project and use the
Alternatively, you may also use
If you want to override any rules, you can do so in your configuration file.
Running the build
Since this module is required by roboter, it can not use roboter to build itself. Hence you have to use
npm for that.
To analyse the source code run the following command:
$ npm run analyse
To release a new version run the following command:
$ npm run release-patch
Alternatively you may also use
release-major, depending on the changes you have made.