eslint-plugin-moxio

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    eslint-plugin-moxio

    Custom rules for ESLint, as used at Moxio.

    Installation

    This library can be installed from the NPM package registry. You'll first need to install ESLint:

    npm install --save-dev eslint

    Next, install eslint-plugin-moxio:

    npm install --save-dev eslint-plugin-moxio
    

    You can also use Yarn; replace npm install --save-dev by yarn add --dev in that case.

    Note: If you installed ESLint globally (using the -g flag) then you must also install eslint-plugin-moxio globally.

    Usage

    This plugin is meant to be used with ESLint. Add moxio to the plugins section of your .eslintrc configuration file. You can omit the eslint-plugin- prefix:

    {
        "plugins": [
            "moxio"
        ]
    }

    Then configure the rules you want to use under the rules-key. See the next section for available rules and their options.

    {
        "rules": {
            "moxio/rule1": "error",
            "moxio/rule2": [ "warning", {
                "configProp": "value"
            } ]
        }
    }

    Provided rules

    restrict-css-class-usage-to-files

    Rule that restricts certain CSS classes so that they may only be referenced from a given set of allowed files. This includes:

    • Usage of CSS class in className prop in React Component: <div className={"$"} />
    • Declaration of CSS class in array: const x = [ $ ];
    • Pushing of CSS class to array: css_classes.push($);
    • Usage of CSS class as key in an object: const obj = {$: true};
    • Usage of CSS class in an object property: const obj = { "class": $ };

    These rules are also applied to template strings.

    Configuration

    The cssClasses configuration property is an object with the restricted CSS classes as keys, and an array of file path patterns (regular expressions) in which that CSS class may be used as the values. Windows file paths will automatically be normalized to use / directory separators before matching them against the patterns, so those can be configured using only / as a directory separator.

    As an example, the following rule enforces that the foo CSS class may only be used in any javascript file, or in the dir/Foo.tsx file.

    {
        "rules": {
            "moxio/restrict-css-class-usage-to-files": [
                "error",
                {
                    "cssClasses": {
                        "foo": [
                            "/(.*)\\.js$",
                            "/dir/Foo\\.tsx$"
                        ]
                    }
                }
            ]
        }
    }

    Motivation

    This plugin is mainly useful to enforce the use of standardized components in a design system. For example, if you have a button in your design system with CSS class acme-button and a standardized implementation of that button as a React or Vue component, you probably don't want people to make their own custom implementations of acme-button. For such cases you could limit usage of the acme-button CSS class to only e.g. /components/Button.tsx or /components/Button.vue. Of course, this only works if your CSS classes are specific enough.

    prefer-useref-function-components

    Rule that warns if React.createRef() is used in a function component, instead of the preferred useRef hook.

    Configuration

    {
        "rules": {
            "moxio/prefer-useref-function-components": "warn",
        }
    }

    Motivation

    This plugin is mainly useful when switching from class components to function components.

    restrict-import-from-source

    Rule that can restrict importing certain identifiers from a source. For example, you could warn if somebody tries to import Difference from the js-struct-compare package.

    Configuration

    {
    	"rules": {
    		"moxio/restrict-import-from-source": [
    			"warn",
    			{
    				"sources": {
    					"js-struct-compare": {
    						"identifiers": [
                                "Difference"
    					    ],
                            "message": "{{ identifier }} on {{ source }} has been restricted"
                        }
    				}
    			}
    		]
    	}
    }

    Motivation

    We use this plugin ourselves when we use a library but want to prevent certain imports from it that have unexpected side effects.

    Versioning

    This project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

    Contributing

    Contributions to this project are more than welcome.

    License

    This project is released under the MIT license.


    Made with love, coffee and fun by the Moxio team from Delft, The Netherlands. Interested in joining our awesome team? Check out our vacancies (in Dutch).

    Install

    npm i eslint-plugin-moxio

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    4.5.0

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    • aboks
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