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Jan 28th, 2019
Hasty Treat - Code Quality Tooling👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about code quality tooling - how to get your code extra nice and clean, and the tools that will help you along the way.
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3:11 - ESLint / JSHint / Linters in general
- Eslint took over as a flexible solution for code style and quality
- Use plugins and presets to set your rules for different types of project
- Don't be afraid to tweak rules, they are not the word of god
10:55 - Prettier
- Strictly formatting
- Can work with or without ESLint
- Provides an enforceable standard for teams
- Prettier for CSS, PHP, GraphQL, etc.
18:46 - VS Code
- Red underlines like spellcheck for code
- Tooltip for lint errors
- Fix on save vs fix on command