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Add VISION.md #2704
Ref: #2259 (comment)
I’ve been mulling this over for a while now. More so since prettier introduced support for CSS and CSS-like languages. This PR is part of a wider effort to help developers understand the benefits of each tool.
I’ve updated the list of rules so that they are first grouped by the three categories listed in the
I believe doing so:
Additionally, I’ve created
The final step is to update the stylelint documentation to reference both these shared configs, and to explain what their use cases are.
Love it @jeddy3
Myself, I've not yet grok'd all the prettier things and I've a question:
Can use both Stylistic rules and Prettier together?
For example, if I add the
Yes, they're just tools in a chain. I anticipate users will run stylelint first (with the
Some users might choose to do it the other way around too.
Fascinating work! Very good explanation. And categorizing rules is awesome and will help new (and experienced) users find right rules for their needs.
I left few notes.