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Codelyzer - Static analysis for Angular projects.

  •    TypeScript

A set of tslint rules for static code analysis of Angular TypeScript projects.You can run the static code analyzer over web apps, NativeScript, Ionic, etc.

css - :art: CSS: The Good Parts

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The so-called "nico-style" brought to markdown. Because Style Guide.This style guide is a jab at solving collisions between CSS class names, and issues that ultimately lead to confusion, having to use !important rules, copying and pasting style declarations, and similarly awful aspects of CSS development.

js - :art: A JavaScript Quality Guide

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This style guide aims to provide the ground rules for an application's JavaScript code, such that it's highly readable and consistent across different developers on a team. The focus is put on quality and coherence across the different pieces of your application.These suggestions aren't set in stone, they aim to provide a baseline you can use in order to write more consistent codebases. To maximize effectiveness, share the styleguide among your co-workers and attempt to enforce it. Don't become obsessed about code style, as it'd be fruitless and counterproductive. Try and find the sweet spot that makes everyone in the team comfortable developing for your codebase, while not feeling frustrated that their code always fails automated style checking because they added a single space where they weren't supposed to. It's a thin line, but since it's a very personal line I'll leave it to you to do the drawing.

javascript - JavaScript Style Guide

  •    Javascript

Note: this guide assumes you are using Babel, and requires that you use babel-preset-airbnb or the equivalent. It also assumes you are installing shims/polyfills in your app, with airbnb-browser-shims or the equivalent.1.1 Primitives: When you access a primitive type you work directly on its value.




styleguide-generators - An overview of automatic living styleguide generators

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Pattern Libraries (or Style Guides) are a helpful tool in developing websites. Read more about Creating Style Guides at this A List Apart article. Maintaining a static Pattern Library (in HTML/CSS) is hard work and errorprone. There are, however, various tools that help us generate a dynamic Pattern Library or 'Living Style Guide'.

elixir_style_guide - A community driven style guide for Elixir

  •    Elixir

Liquid architecture. It's like jazz — you improvise, you work together, you play off each other, you make something, they make something. Style matters. Elixir has plenty of style but like all languages it can be stifled. Don't stifle the style.


react-redux-typescript-guide - The complete guide to static typing in "React & Redux" apps using TypeScript

  •    TypeScript

You should check out Playground Project located in the /playground folder. It is a source of all the code examples found in the guide. They are all tested with the most recent version of TypeScript and 3rd party type definitions (like @types/react or @types/react-redux) to ensure the examples are up-to-date and not broken with updated definitions. Playground was created in such a way that you can simply clone the repository locally and immediately play around on your own. It will help you to learn all the examples from this guide in a real project environment without the need to create some complicated environment setup by yourself.

carbon-components - The component library behind Carbon Design System

  •    Javascript

The Carbon Design System is a series of individual styles and components, that when combined make beautiful, intuitive designs. These designs are systemic and logical, as they all follow the same universal principles. The component library gives developers a collection of re-usable HTML and SCSS partials for building their products.

PowerShellPracticeAndStyle - The Unofficial PowerShell Best Practices and Style Guide

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License, please attribute to Don Jones, Matt Penny, Carlos Perez, Joel Bennett and the PowerShell Community. The authors encourage you to redistribute this content as widely as possible, but require that you give credit to the primary authors below, and that you notify us on github of any improvements you make.

awesome-style-guide - A list of awesome:star:style guide.

  •    Ruby

A list of awesome style guide. The list is divided into categories such as Programming Languages, Architecture, Platforms, Frameworks. Tip: You can find simply press Command + F or Ctrl + F to search for a keyword.

ruby-style-guide - A community-driven Ruby coding style guide

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One thing has always bothered me as a Ruby developer—Python developers have a great programming style reference (PEP-8) and we never got an official guide, documenting Ruby coding style and best practices. And I do believe that style matters. I also believe that a great hacker community, such as Ruby has, should be quite capable of producing this coveted document. This guide started its life as our internal company Ruby coding guidelines (written by yours truly). At some point I decided that the work I was doing might be interesting to members of the Ruby community in general and that the world had little need for another internal company guideline. But the world could certainly benefit from a community-driven and community-sanctioned set of practices, idioms and style prescriptions for Ruby programming.

vue-styleguidist - Created from react styleguidist for Vue Components with a living style guide

  •    Javascript

Project was started when not finding a tool that generates documentation of components with hot reloading, read documentation and have a playground. Created from React Styleguidist, implement additional support to read and compile .vue files. Only supports 2.x. Vue Styleguidist is a style guide generator for Vue components. It lists component and shows live, editable usage examples based on Markdown files. You can use it to generate a static HTML page to share and publish or as a workbench for developing new components using hot reloaded dev server.

react-styleguidist - Isolated React component development environment with a living style guide

  •    Javascript

React Styleguidist is a component development environment with hot reloaded dev server and a living style guide that you can share with your team. It lists component propTypes and shows live, editable usage examples based on Markdown files. Check out the demo style guide. The change log can be found on the Releases page.

git-style-guide - A Git Style Guide

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This is a Git Style Guide inspired by How to Get Your Change Into the Linux Kernel, the git man pages and various practices popular among the community. If you feel like contributing, please do so! Fork the project and open a pull request.

swift-style-guide - LinkedIn's Official Swift Style Guide

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Make sure to read Apple's API Design Guidelines.Specifics from these guidelines + additional remarks are mentioned below.

catalog - Create living style guides using Markdown or React

  •    Javascript

Catalog lets you create beautiful living and fully interactive style guides using Markdown and React components. Please read the Catalog documentation (built with Catalog!) for detailed installation and usage instructions.