ESLint doesn't suggest useEffect necessary subscribers (CRA + TS + ESLint + Prettier)

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When I tried to create custom hook I have faced some issue. ESLint hasn't suggest me subscribers for useEffect. (fetch hadn't been suggested and i filled it manually) I also tried eslint-plugin-react-hooks, it doesn't work too., Did all European countries choose to evacuate their diplomats from Afghanistan? ,To subscribe to this RSS feed, copy and paste this URL into your RSS reader.

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In any Frontend project, especially with big teams, it is important to standardize the code style and formatting, this has many benefits:,This will run eslint and prettier on your staged files whenever you attempt to create a new commit. So all your new code now will be following the eslint quality and prettier formatting rules.,You can easily add a pre-commit hook to your project using husky npm module, but there is another module that makes it even easier to lint your staged files before committing which is lint-staged.

> npm install--save - dev babel - eslint eslint eslint - config - airbnb eslint - config - prettier eslint - plugin - react eslint - plugin -
   import prettier pretty - quick
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This will run the code formatter on save.,Thanks for the article! It was very helpful when adding Prettier and ESLint to my React project,XTIVIA needs the contact information you provide to us to contact you about our products and services. You may unsubscribe from these communications at anytime, read our Privacy Policy here.

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npm i eslint-plugin-react-hooks,This ESLint plugin enforces the Rules of Hooks.,Gitgithub.com/facebook/react

# npm npm install eslint - plugin - react - hooks--save - dev # yarn yarn add eslint - plugin - react - hooks--dev
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A linter analyses your code statically. It means it checks out the code without executing it. But why use a linter, you might think? Because you can build an app while writing awful code. Thus, it's essential to have a tool that spots for you common errors and bad practices.,If you're curious, you can also check out the configuration of create-react-app looks like, under the hood, it's really interesting!,You can use these scripts using the npm run command. One will just lint the codebase while the other one will lint and try to fix whatever it can fix.

Copyfor(var i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
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I recently learned that TSLint was soon to be deprecated (cue sad violin music), but for very good reason as the JS/TS community starts to converge around a common set of core technologies. If you're interested in learning about these reason Palantir (creator of TSLint) has a nice read for you over here.,I read things more carefully and realized I misunderstood what exactly CRA was complaining about. It didn't like the fact that I installed a different version of ESLint, but once I swapped it for CRA's version, it was fine.,Tried almost every permutation and combination. Please note that I only have eslint plugin on vscode enabled. No other linters are present in editor. Can someone please help!

npm i - D @types / react @typescript - eslint / eslint - plugin @typescript - eslint / parser eslint - config - prettier eslint - config - react eslint - plugin - prettier prettier
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