Here’s how to automate and enforce a global coding styling so that you and your developers can focus on what matters.
Automation is a HUGE key in accelerating any Angular project.
So why not automate the way our Angular code is formatted and globally enforce a code style? As well as use TSLint to check for errors before some virgin programmer comes along and tries to commit something that should never be allowed in the repository?
Not to mention that once a global coding style is enforced there will be fewer bombastic arguments or gabby emails about exactly how this new piece of code should be formatted.
Yes my friend, this is what exceptional Angular devs do.
We automate the easy parts and focus on the essentials** while others burns hours motormouthing their opinionated thoughts.
So sit up and start licking your chops buddy! We’re going to automate the easy part of code format and basic Angular best practices so that we can focus on what matters.
We’ll need to make sure that we’ve got the latest version of npm installed. Otherwise it’s likely to throw some red-headed-screech-owl error when we start installing our tools.
To update run the following command.
npm install [email protected] -g
We’ll begin by installing the needed tools. In the root directory of your Angular project type the following commands
npm i --save-dev husky prettier pretty-quick
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