eslint-config-universe - Shared ESLint configs for Node, Web, React Native, and Expo projects.

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Shared ESLint configs for Node, Web, React Native, and Expo projects. It's also designed to be a more lenient config for teams who are stronger at decision-making and have a culture of osmotically learning coding guidelines and benefit more from flexibility than rigid rules.

https://github.com/expo/eslint-config-universe#readme

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babel-eslint : ^9.0.0

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