Why (and how) to use eslint in your project
Node.js Foundation

The practice of running eslint in my pre-commit hook is something I will try out and add to my workflow.

There were many a times when I first started (and now) where I write a few lines of code and then push up without checking if it will pass the linting rules.

With a slow nod, I rewrite and amend the commit.
It would be great to catch these things and prevent rework.


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