💄 stylelint SvelteKit: Keeping it Clean
stylelint is a rather lovely little tool for keeping your code consistent. It is a must have if you want to impress future employers skimming through you open source code on GitHub. Equally, it is indispensable for any team that wants to keep their code base consistent. In this short video we see how you can use stylelint for SvelteKit. We start from square one, installing all the necessary packages, the VSCode extension. Additionally, we even look at how to integrate stylelint for SvelteKit into you Continuous Integration (CI) process.
Although we don't look at it in the video, there is a link for the a11y accessibility stylelint plugin lower down.
📹 stylelint for SvelteKit: Video
stylelint SvelteKit CLI Command
- Scott Tolinksi's config file ,
- stylelint-a11y plugin
- vscode-stylelint ,
- stylelint Docs ,
- Twitter handle: @askRodney .
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