Do you want to use tslint and prettier without conflicts? tslint-config-prettier disables all conflicting rules that may cause such problems. Prettier takes care of the formatting whereas tslint takes care of all the other things.
npm install -D tslint-config-prettier
Then, extend your
tslint.json, and make sure
tslint-config-prettier is at the end:
tslint-config-prettier also turns off formatting rules from the following rulesets, so you can use them safely.
tslint-config-prettier is shipped with a little CLI tool to help you check if your configuration contains any rules that are in conflict with Prettier. (require
In order to execute the CLI tool, first add a script for it to
npm run tslint-check.
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