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Farley Reynolds
Aug 21, 2018 ⋅ 7 min read

4 options to help you get started linting your JavaScript

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One Reply to "4 options to help you get started linting your JavaScript"

  1. Ok, great overview..
    However, I wasted a few hours trying to figure out why the cmd to create the config file
    $ ./node_modules/.bin/eslint –init
    was NOT WORKING; Turns out this is another case of authors on Linux typically ignoring their Windows readers. Use backslashes if you are a Windows user and it will work for you. Don’t waste a few hours of your life like I did !

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