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Hagen Morano

Over the last years, there have been many exciting achievements in the JavaScript ecosystem. One of the most exciting is the development of full-stack JavaScript frameworks. Next.js is a good example of such a JavaScript framework using React under the hood.

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Stephan Hochdörfer

About two years ago we agreed on dropping our own company-wide code standard (which in fact was none!) in favour of the common standards used in all the programming languages which we use. That's PSR-1 and PSR-2 for PHP projects, the Java Code conventions for our Java projects and the Puppet Language Style Guide for our Puppet cofigurations. For Javascript we were not able to find the one and only standard out there. So once again we had to jump in and create our "own" standard. However, this time we`d like to share it with the world ;)

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Stephan Hochdörfer

Since version 2.5.1 of jshint it is possible to extend your own .jshintrc configuration from another .jshintrc config file. This allows you to extend a common configuration and add project specific options (e.g. custom global variable names) to a local configuration file. This way you do not end up with the pain of keeping multiple configurations in sync. It's fairly trivial to use. In your .jshintrc configuration file add an extends field which points to the configuration you are extending from: