Category: eslint

Prettier + Stylelint: Writing Very Clean CSS (Or, Keeping Clean Code is a Two-Tool Game)

It sure is nice having a whole codebase that is perfectly compliant to a set of code style guidelines. All the files use the same indentation, the same quote style, the same spacing and line-break rules, heck, tiny things like the way zero’s in values are handled and how keyframes are named. It seems like a tall ...

Browserlist is a Good Idea

I think, as front-end developers, we’re well aware that different browsers (and versions) support different things. We make choices based on web features we’d like to use balanced with what statistics tell us about our users and what browsers they use. Only 0.01% of users left on IE 9, we might see from our...

Up and Running with ESLint — the Pluggable JavaScript Linter

Does the term “linting” sound familiar to you? It’s a process of using a tool to automatically check your code for potential problems. There are several key benefits you can reap from using such a tool. Keeping your code style consistent. Linters allow you to check you code style for issues like spac...