JSHint, ESLint?

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JSHint, ESLint?

Postby PAustin » 17:00, 11 Feb 2016

I have been using JS a while for web and node apps, just ran across EVOThings, very nice, well done. One note for the examples,
Consider using JSHint or the ESLint with you editors, It will catch common JS things to avoid (== vs. ===) for JSHint the things it points pretty easy to fix, and I doubt they are intentional coding style decisions rather things that are just inconsistent in the source from one function to another.


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Re: JSHint, ESLint?

Postby alex » 04:17, 25 Feb 2016

Tnx, it's definitly on the roadmap!



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