How to Use ESlint ‘fix’ In Your Project

Many React projects have ESLint set up and devs are fixing lint errors as they code. This is great for reducing bugs, and keeping code cleanly formatted. However, sometimes there’s a situation where a project can have a lot of linting errors (i.e. adding ESLint to an existing project) and it would be tedious for … Read more

How to Ignore and Disable Type Rules Using TypeScript-ESLint

Anytime you can get TypeScript typing working with React code, it’s best to use it. However, there are times that applying TypeScript is so difficult that it is best to tactically disable it. I’ll start with several methods of how to disable linting for a line or lines of code, because the how is factual. … Read more