25. 11. 2019 • 2 min read
Palantir – the creators of TSLint – recently announced that the tool will soon be deprecated. This short post explains why this change is happening, how it will benefit developers, and what you need to do to continue analysing and improving your code effectively with Codeac.io.
While TSLint and ESLint share common rules, each linter also has unique capabilities. ESLint is better in automatic indentation and conditional linting, while TSLint can handle static analysis violations thanks to type annotations in TypeScript as well code smells covered by semantic rules.
To bring all of these benefits to every developer, the Palantir team has decided to focus on improving TypeScript support for ESLint, while TSLint will be deprecated. Choosing this way to standardise the linting approach will ensure that more developers can access TypeScript-specific static analysis and deliver better code more consistently.
Here at Codeac.io we are ready for these changes and will continue to support your needs however you choose to move ahead:
We will continue to monitor and support both TSLint and ESLint to ensure that Codeac.io continues to help you deliver cleaner code, faster. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or need further help with your configuration.
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