eslint-config-amex - This is American Express' eslint config

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This is American Express' eslint config. This gives you the jest global and some jest specific rules.

https://github.com/americanexpress/eslint-config-amex

Dependencies:

babel-eslint : ^7.2.3
eslint-config-airbnb : ^17.1.0
eslint-plugin-import : ^2.14.0
eslint-plugin-jest : ^21.21.0
eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y : ^6.1.1
eslint-plugin-react : ^7.11.0
eslint-plugin-unicorn : ^5.0.0
estraverse-fb : ^1.3.2

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