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Custom TSLint rules





Custom TSLint rules .

GitHub issues GitHub forks GitHub stars dependency status Build Status GitHub license code style: prettier


npm install custom-tslint-rules-collection --save-dev


yarn add custom-tslint-rules-collection --dev


custom-tslint-rules has peer dependencies on TSLint and TypeScript.

To use these lint rules with the default preset, use configuration inheritance via the extends keyword. Here's a sample configuration where tslint.json lives adjacent to your node_modules folder:

  "extends": ["tslint:latest", "custom-tslint-rules-collection"],
  "rules": {
    // override custom-tslint-rules rules here
    "tsx-no-any-props": false

To lint your .ts and .tsx files you can simply run tslint -c tslint.json 'src/*/.{ts,tsx}'.


  • [x] tsx-no-any-props
  • [x] tsx-no-any-state


CustomTSLintRules is freely distributable under the terms of the MIT license.