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jahed
jahed commented Oct 15, 2016

Under a Pokemon resource (e.g. https://api.jahed.io/pokeapi/pokemon/427/), the URL to the encounters resource is not full. Meaning, unlike other URLs in the API, the client needs to ensure it requests it by prefixing the protocol and host.

For example:

{
    location_area_encounters: "/api/v2/pokemon/427/encounters",
}

Ideally it should be

{
    location_area_encounters: "http://po
nelsonic
nelsonic commented Feb 7, 2019

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bnb
bnb commented Nov 5, 2018

The module is currently lacking tests. This is something that is 100% needed but also something I'm entirely unfamiliar with. Would 💚 some help on this!

Tasks:

  • good-first-issue -o exits appropriately
  • log returns a properly formatted output without any undefined (the repo name is especially tricky!)
  • `require('good-first-issue') operates and returns an object
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kylemh
kylemh commented Oct 10, 2019

Feature request

I don't want to see:

const SomeComponent = (props) => <div {...props} />

SomeComponent.propTypes = {}

I want to see:

SomeComponent.propTypes = {}

function SomeComponent(props) {
  return (
    <div {...props} />
  );
}

Proposed solution

Create a custom lint rule to automate my above preferences.

Potential alternative

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