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eslint-config-recommended

4.0.0 • Public • Published

Pluggable ESLint configs for ECMAScript Next, Node.js and React Native that you can import, extend and override

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Usage

In your js project directory:

npm install --save-dev eslint-config-recommended

Choose the configs you want to include in your .eslintrc.yaml:

extends:
  - recommended/esnext
  - recommended/esnext/style-guide
  - recommended/node
  - recommended/node/style-guide
  - recommended/react-native
  - recommended/react-native/style-guide

Alternatively, in your .eslintrc.js or .eslintrc.json:

{
  "extends": ["esnext", "esnext/style-guide", "node", "node/style-guide", "react-native", "react-native/style-guide"]
}

node and react-native extend esnext

node/style-guide and react-native/style-guide extend esnext/style-guide

If you don't need all these configs, you can also install them individually:

To add a git-hook to your commits, consider using husky

npm install --save-dev husky

And in your package.json:

  "scripts"{
    "precommit": "eslint ."
  }

Config

These configs are biased and opinionated, and err on the side of too many rules instead of too few. Think of them as a superset of your repo's lint config, and discard what you don't like in them. It's easy to override and disable the rules you find inconvenient.

install

npm i eslint-config-recommended

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