It sure is nice having a whole codebase that is perfectly compliant to a set of code style guidelines. All the files use the same indentation, the same quote style, the same spacing and line-break rules, heck, tiny things like the way zero's in values are handled and how keyframes are named.
It seems like a tall order, but these days, it's easier than ever. It seems to me it's become a two-tool game:
- A tool to automatically fix easy-to-fix problems
- A tool to warn about harder-to-fix problems
Half the battle: Prettier
Otherwise known as "fix things for me, please".
Best I can tell, Prettier is a fairly new project, only busting onto the scene in January 2017. Now in the last quarter of 2017, it seems like everybody and their sister is using it. They call it an
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