How we write JavaScript at Glossier


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Glossier's JavaScript styleguide

We are following JavaScript Standard Style, with some additional guidelines. We are also extending the react, jest, and jsx-a11y ESLint plugins with the recommended configuration.


yarn add --dev eslint@^4.19.1 @glossier/eslint-config


To get started, extend Glossier's configuration in your .eslintrc.

  "extends": "@glossier"

That's it -- you can now lint your code.

./node_modules/.bin/eslint .

Additional Guidelines

As mentioned above, we are following JavaScript Standard Style, with the following extra rules:


We define a maximum line length of 100 characters.

// bad
const books = ['JavaScript: The Good Parts', 'Eloquent JavaScript A Modrn Introduction to Programming']

// good
const books = [
  'JavaScript: The Good Parts',
  'Eloquent JavaScript A Modrn Introduction to Programming'


Prefer using const over let or var.

// bad
let a = 1

// good
const a = 1


Prefer using let over var.

// bad
var foo = 'bar'
foo = 'baz'

// good
let foo = 'bar'
foo = 'baz'


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