Creating excellent code isn’t easy. That is why frontend applications require a robust system of automated code quality control. As of version12, Angular CLI doesn’t provide any linter since Tslint is deprecated. It is up to developers to implement tools for automated code quality control and adjust those tools to the specific requirements of their projects. We will present how to resolve this issue by implementing Eslint with the addition of spicy custom rules.
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