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Contains lint rules for Crazy Factory

  • Typescript 3.x
  • packs it for npm usage
  • uses jest for testing
  • uses travis and semantic-release for deployment
  • uses linting, coverage and git hooks to increase code quality.
  • is configured to support wallaby


Initially you should:

  • npm install @crazyfactory/tslint-rules
  • update tslint.json (add rules directory)
  • enable rules in tslint.json



  • In ts-react-boilerplate, we use createAsyncActions to create Redux async actions. Four actions are created from calling it - BASE, BASE_PENDING, BASE_FULFILLED, and BASE_REJECTED as an example when createAsyncActions("BASE", "BASE_PENDING", "BASE_FULFILLED", "BASE_REJECTED" is called. Still, as you see, we need to provide string literal as arugments due to typescript limitation, if we provide any string variable, the type will be deduced to just string. This rule enforces 2nd, 3rd, and 4th argument to be the concatenation of the first argument string and _PENDING, _FULFILLED, and _REJECTED respectively.



  • Specify how you should import react. Either import * or import React.
  • Rule options:
    • type: "default" | "star". Default is star


  • Requires literal string in hex format to be uppercase/lowercase and/or of specific lengths.
  • Rule options:
    • case: "uppercase" | "lowercase". Default is lowercase
    • allowedLengths: number[]. Default is [4, 7]



  • Requires or bans space before /> part of jsx.
  • Rule options:
    • ["always", "never"]. Default is always.


  • Requires that string argument called by Translator object is in the reference.json

  • Rule options:

    • path: path to reference.json

    reference.json needs to be in the following format:

        "reference": [
            "base": "Translation String Here"
    • callerNames: string[]: Name of translator object type, default is ["Translator"]