@episclera/renovate-config

A shareable renovate config.


Keywords
toolkit, renovate, eslint-config, extend-config, jest-config, prettier-config, renovate-config, reusable
License
MIT
Install
npm install @episclera/renovate-config@1.0.11

Documentation

toolkit

🔧 Meant to provide a way to share reusable parts of configs across all Episclera projects.

Site | Getting Started | API | Blog

GitHub Multipack

Usage

Install: npm i -D @episclera/toolkit

With Prettier

In your .prettierrc.js file just put this content.

const { prettierConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const prettierConfig = require('@episclera/prettier-config')

module.exports = prettierConfig

With Commitlint

In your commitlint.config.js file just put this content.

const { commitlintConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const commitlintConfig = require('@episclera/commitlint-config')

module.exports = commitlintConfig

With Renovate

In your renovate.json file just put this content. (Do not forgot to connect/install renovate app on GitHub)

{
  "extends": ["@episclera"]
}

With Jest

In your jest.config.js file just put this content.

const { commonJestConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonJestConfig } = require('@episclera/jest-config')

module.exports = commonJestConfig

// OR you can mix multiple configs with "mergeConfigs" util
const {
  commonJestConfig,
  monorepoJestConfig,
  mergeConfigs,
} = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonJestConfig, monorepoJestConfig } = require('@episclera/jest-config')
// const { mergeConfigs } = require('@episclera/toolkit-utils')

module.exports = mergeConfigs(commonJestConfig, monorepoJestConfig)

With Eslint

In your .eslintrc.js file just put this content.

const { commonEslintConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonEslintConfig } = require('@episclera/jest-config')

module.exports = commonEslintConfig

// OR you can mix multiple configs with "mergeConfigs" util
const {
  commonEslintConfig,
  monorepoEslintConfig,
  mergeConfigs,
} = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonEslintConfig, monorepoEslintConfig } = require('@episclera/jest-config')
// const { mergeConfigs } = require('@episclera/toolkit-utils')

module.exports = mergeConfigs(commonEslintConfig, monorepoEslintConfig)

With Stylelint

In your .stylelintrc.js file just put this content.

const { stylelintConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const stylelintConfig = require('@episclera/stylelint-config')

module.exports = stylelintConfig

With Tailwind

In your tailwind.config.js file just put this content.

const { tailwindConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const tailwindConfig = require('@episclera/tailwind-config')

module.exports = tailwindConfig

With Babel

In your .babelrc.js file just put this content.

const { commonBabelConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonBabelConfig } = require('@episclera/babel-config')

module.exports = commonBabelConfig

// OR you can mix multiple configs with "mergeConfigs" util
const {
  commonBabelConfig,
  uiBabelConfig,
  mergeConfigs,
} = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonBabelConfig, uiBabelConfig } = require('@episclera/babel-config')
// const { mergeConfigs } = require('@episclera/toolkit-utils')

module.exports = mergeConfigs(commonBabelConfig, uiBabelConfig)

With Webpack

In your webpack.config.js file just put this content.

const { commonWebpackConfig } = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonWebpackConfig } = require('@episclera/webpack-config')

module.exports = commonWebpackConfig

// OR you can mix multiple configs with "mergeConfigs" util
const {
  commonWebpackConfig,
  packageWebpackConfig,
  mergeConfigs,
} = require('@episclera/toolkit')
// OR install and import just what you need separately: const { commonWebpackConfig, packageWebpackConfig } = require('@episclera/webpack-config')
// const { mergeConfigs } = require('@episclera/toolkit-utils')

module.exports = mergeConfigs(commonWebpackConfig, packageWebpackConfig)

Contributing

  1. Fork it!
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request :D

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Author

@episclera/toolkit © Episclera, Released under the MIT License.
Authored and maintained by Episclera with help from contributors (list).

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