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@ziyadedher/eslint-config

๐Ÿ› ๐Ÿš€ Ziyad's ESLint configuration for hypermodern web development (TypeScript + Next.js + TailwindCSS).

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v3.1.1

What's Changed

  • Remove unimplemented Next.js rule by @ziyadedher in https://github.com/ziyadedher/eslint-config/pull/85
  • Bump version to v3.1.1 by @ziyadedher in https://github.com/ziyadedher/eslint-config/pull/86

Full Changelog: https://github.com/ziyadedher/eslint-config/compare/v3.1.0...v3.1.1

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eslint-config-ziyad

๐Ÿ› ๐Ÿš€ Ziyad's ESLint configuration for hypermodern web development (TypeScript + Next.js + TailwindCSS).

This is part of a larger effort to streamline the process of very quickly spinning up high-quality webapp projects (mostly for myself). A link to more information will eventually land here.

Philosophy

I really like Black's concept of an uncompromising Python code formatter. There are three major tenants of the philosophy this configuration follows:

  1. Eliminate the need to think about the minutiae of code style.
  2. Provide a universal, easy-to-follow style guide for new projects.
  3. Encourage the use of well-build modern technologies.

Rules

Check out the .eslintrc.yaml for the most up-to-date view of what rules and plugins are enabled.

Notably, this config does not introduce any new rules. It just configures existing ones.

Versioning

This projects follows a modified semantic versioning scheme for major, minor, and patch releases.

  • Major: a technology change (addition or removal), or otherwise completely backwards-incompatible change.
  • Minor: a rule or dependency change that may be backwards-incompatible and does not have an automated fix.
  • Patch: a rule or dependency change that is either backwards-compatible or has an automated fix.

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Last updated on 07 May 2022

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