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npm install eslint-config-airbnb-bundle@3.0.0


Eslint with Airbnb style

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ESLint bundled with the original Airbnb Style config. Global installation is supported! No struggle with peer dependencies, easily integrates with your code editors.

See airbnb/javascript for more information.

See instructions for WebStorm, VSCode, Sublime Text and Atom


Install it globally:

npm install --global eslint-config-airbnb-bundle

You can install it locally as well:

npm install --save-dev eslint-config-airbnb-bundle

Setup your IDE / Editor:



Sublime Text 3



You can now run feature packed eslint from any directory:

eslint -v

Create .eslintrc file in your project. Setup your IDE / Editor. And be smart!

ES6, ES7, React, JSX, async/await - all new features supported by default 👍

ESLint inside

You shouldn't add eslint to your dependencies. It's bundled with this package, just specify the path if you need. Here is an example for eslint-loader:

  loader: 'eslint-loader',
  options: {
    eslintPath: 'eslint-config-airbnb-bundle/node_modules/eslint',


File ➤ Settings / Default Settings ➤ Languages and Frameworks ➤ JavaScript ➤ Code Quality Tools ➤ ESLint

ESLint settings

Global installation in not necessary for WebStorm, but it is handy for the "Default Settings".


  1. Install this package globally (or locally)

  2. Go to: View -> Extension or press CTRL + SHIFT + X

  3. Search for ESLint extension, click it and press "Install" button

  4. Press "Reload" button or reopen the editor

  5. Go to: File -> Preferences -> Settings

    Add ESLint path to your workspace settings (do not use ~):

      "eslint.nodePath": "/home/username/.nvm/versions/node/v10.5.0/lib/node_modules/eslint-config-airbnb-bundle/node_modules/eslint",

    Relative path for local installation:

      "eslint.nodePath": "node_modules/eslint-config-airbnb-bundle/node_modules/eslint",
  6. Create .eslintrc.js file inside your working project root:

    module.exports = {
      root: true,
      parser: 'babel-eslint',
      parserOptions: {
        allowImportExportEverywhere: true,
        codeFrame: false
      extends: [

    VSCode errors

Sublime Text 3

  1. Install this package globally

  2. Go to: Preferences -> Package Control -> install package

  3. Install SublimeLinter

  4. Install SublimeLinter-contrib-eslint

  5. Run:

    npm bin -g

    ... and copy the path

  6. Go to: Tools -> SublimeLinter -> Open User Settings

    Paste the path to NodeJS installation folder inside "paths" for your OS and save:

    "paths": {
        "linux": [
        "osx": [],
        "windows": ["%AppData%\\npm"]
  7. Create .eslintrc file inside your working project:

      "extends": ["airbnb-bundle"]
  8. Restart Sublime Text

  9. Go to Tools -> SublimeLinter -> Lint this view

  10. You can switch to squiggly underline mark style from Tools. Have fun!



  1. Install this package globally

  2. Go to: Edit -> Preferences -> Install

  3. Install Linter

  4. Install linter-eslint

  5. Run:

    npm prefix -g

    ... copy the prefix path

  6. Go to: Preferences -> Packages -> linter-eslint -> Settings

    a) Check "Use global ESLint installation" option at the bottom

    b) Paste the prefix path to the field "Global Node Installation Path" and append:



  7. Create .eslintrc file inside your working project:

      "extends": ["airbnb-bundle"]
  8. Press Ctrl + Shift + P -> enter "lint" -> click "Linter:Lint"

Custom Config

Add your own rules to the .eslintrc file in your project folder.