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TSLint is deprecated: https://github.com/palantir/tslint/...
Use ESLint with typescript-eslint instead. Still requires one config file though, unless you want to define the config in package.json using the eslintConfig key.
@Root I haven’t tried it, but Preact seems like a good alternative. It has the same API as React and is even compatible with existing React libraries but is faster and lighter. https://preactjs.com
Personally, I would choose Svelte for my next front-end project.
That’s the list of the different expansions of npm on the website.
Some of my favourites:
- Name Picker Malfunction
- Namespace Pollution Mechanism
- Narcissistic Project Managers
- Nearly Pooped Myself
- Need Potato Man
- Never Push to Master
- Nonsense Parser Microframework
- Null Pointer Mayhem
- Nutella Per Minute
You should try pnpm (https://pnpm.io). It stores all installed packages (across projects) in one place, and then hard-links from that place into your node_modules for your projects. That way you don’t get 20 copies of the same versiob of lodash or something taking up space on your hard drive.
This website is a helpful cheatsheet for YAML multiline strings: https://yaml-multiline.info