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node-style-guide - A guide for styling your node.js / JavaScript code. Fork & adjust to your taste.


This is a guide for writing consistent and aesthetically pleasing node.js code. It is inspired by what is popular within the community, and flavored with some personal opinions.There is a .jshintrc which enforces these rules as closely as possible. You can either use that and adjust it, or use this script to make your own.





jshint-stylish - Stylish reporter for JSHint


🔥 Want to strengthen your core JavaScript skills and master ES6? I would personally recommend this awesome ES6 course by Wes Bos.The system bell will make a sound if there were any warnings or errors.

jshint2.vim - Lightweight, customizable and functional Vim plugin for JSHint integration.


Lightweight, customizable and functional Vim plugin for JSHint integration. Use :JSHint command inside Vim to lint whole file or :'<,'>JSHint to lint only selected lines. Add ! to suppress opening error list (number of lint errors still will be shown), add space and use tab key to complete space separated lint flags — :JSHint! white:true eqeqeq:true. Use - to ignore errors by their codes — :JSHint -E001 -W002 -I003.

polyjuice - A utility to convert JSHint and JSCS files into ESLint files and vice-versa


Polyjuice is a utility that converts JSHint and JSCS files into ESLint files and the other way around. When using polyjuice.from.eslint an object with keys jscs and jshint is returned.

JSXHint - Wrapper around JSHint for linting JSX files


JSXHint is, and always was, a bad hack to make JSX lintable in the early days of React. It will always be inferior to proper linters like ESLint because it is not able to lint JSX or ES6 syntax, it instead compiles to ES5 then lints. You may get weird linter errors, especially with more involved transforms. Don't use JSXHint anymore if you can switch to ESLint.

lint-trap - JavaScript linter module for Uber projects


This module contains standardized linting rules to be used across all projects at Uber that contain JavaScript.... and then you can invoke it by executing npm run lint.

fashion-show - Build consistent and versioned styleguides by including and running consistent lint files across projects


Build consistent and versioned styleguides by including and running consistent lint files across projects.Your styleguide should be verisoned and consistent across all of your projects. This means that you should only have ONE .jshintrc and/or .jscsrc file anywhere. But how can this be accomplished easily? By making your own styleguide using fashion-show.

standard-react - JavaScript Standard Style for React Users


This package (standard-react) is DEPRECATED. Supporting standard already takes a ton of time. Supporting a fork isn't worth the effort, especially since this gets less than 200 downloads per month, half of which are probably bots. There are only a handful of extra rules this package provides anyway...v3.0.0 will be the last version of this package. It corresponds to the v8.0.0 release of standard.