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eslint-config-recommended v4.0.0

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

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.

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