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Eslint Config Fast Lint and Prettify

One package to lint and prettify them all

Overview

This config includes eslint, prettier and all relevant plugins and configs to make it work with a single package installation.

Includes:

  • eslint
  • babel-eslint
  • eslint-config-airbnb
  • eslint-config-prettier
  • eslint-plugin-import
  • eslint-plugin-jest
  • eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y
  • eslint-plugin-prettier
  • eslint-plugin-react
  • eslint-plugin-react-hooks
  • prettier

Usage

  1. Install the plugin (preferrably an exact version with E flag):
yarn add -DE eslint-config-fast-lint-prettify
  1. Create an .eslintrc file in your project root and add:
{
	"extends": ["fast-lint-prettify"]
}
  1. Create a .prettierrc.js file in your project root and add:
const prettier = require('eslint-config-fast-lint-prettify/prettier');

// You can also overwrite some keys in this config

module.exports = prettier;

Alternatively, in your package.json file add the following key:

{
	"prettier": "eslint-config-fast-lint-prettify/prettier"
}
  1. Also recommended to add an .editorconfig file at the project root:
root = true

[*]
indent_style = tab
indent_size = 2
charset = utf-8
trim_trailing_whitespace = true
insert_final_newline = true
  1. If you're using VSCode, you might want to enable "Format on save" from workspace settings to automatically run prettier on save.

  2. This package is meant to be used as an opinionated standalone. It includes both eslint and prettier. With these you can for example use them in scripts in package.json:

{
	"scripts": {
		"lint": "yarn eslint ."
	}
}

Configurations

It's based on eslint-config-airbnb with some tweaks. You can override or add your own rules in your own .eslintrc file. For example:

{
	"extends": ["fast-lint-prettify"],
	"rules": {
		// your own rules here
	}
}

You can also specify a node or browser environment which enables some linting rules, for example window object on browser, etc.

{
	"extends": ["fast-lint-prettify"],
	"rules": {
		// your own rules here
	},
	"env": {
		// generally you only need one
		"browser": true,
		"node": true
	}
}

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