Published on May 30, 2017 by LevelUpTuts

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14 Comments on "VSCode Tutorials #6 – Linting with ESLint"

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Cory Simmons
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Cory Simmons
9 months 25 days ago

tbh don't npm i -g eslint. Install it locally for every project or team members are going to suck.

Lamnx Skyren
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Lamnx Skyren
10 months 19 days ago

Hello, thanks for this video. Tell me please what's your theme.

Tomáš Vorel
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Tomáš Vorel
9 months 29 days ago

I believe it is Dracula

Максим Макаров
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Максим Макаров
10 months 9 days ago

+1 the same question ))

Mustafa ismail
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Mustafa ismail
1 year 21 days ago

Very helpful video, thanks

BiGBANGTH3ORY
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BiGBANGTH3ORY
1 year 21 days ago

6:126:34 needs to be removed. A minor oversight I guess.

BiGBANGTH3ORY
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BiGBANGTH3ORY
1 year 1 day ago

pascal lisot starting at the 6:12 mark he shows that "rules" takes an array and after the 6:34 mark he switches it to it taking an object, which is correct. He made the cut. He just forgot to remove it from the video.

pascal lisot
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pascal lisot
1 year 2 days ago

Could you be more specific. Thanks. You mean the whole file? The whole code? Thx in advance. The fact is I'm looking to make it work and I still have minor issues.

manav saxena
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manav saxena
1 year 22 days ago

So would we have to create the eslint.json file in each and every project that we work upon or would it work globally for every project? Thanks for the video, quite helpful!

Besart Bytyqi
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Besart Bytyqi
1 year 22 days ago

Very helpful. You should better edit your videos though.

MrMrwilson11
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MrMrwilson11
1 year 22 days ago

I have always loved Sublime Text, but now it takes forever to open a small CSS file. I have switched to VSCode too

m1ksu
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m1ksu
1 year 22 days ago

Why don't you use Windows or Linux?

David Madrigal-Hernandez
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David Madrigal-Hernandez
1 year 9 days ago

m1ksu i think because that's what he uses all the time anyway, so he's more comfortable with MacOS. You can do this on windows or linux using a VERY similar process.

Zakariya Oulhadj
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Zakariya Oulhadj
1 year 18 days ago

erm, because MacOS is the best…

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