re: Using ESLint and Prettier in a TypeScript Project VIEW POST

re: all of the rules above are again kinda of stylistic (last one is already covered directly by typescript). If something is wrong, typescript will te...

Well if you don't mind having the code written in a project not conform to code style rules, then a linter is of no value. You just might have a large variance in the way code is structured/ordered, variables are named, and other code style related things.

When I'm working on a project, I prefer to look at the code base and have it look like it was all written by the same person. A linter helps achieve this in my opinion.

And there's still things like no explicit any that can be enforced by the linter.

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