But what good is a standards and best-practices document if they aren’t enforced? You might be able to catch some during a code review but this is a manual, tedious task. It’d be better to catch these code standards violations early in the development process. That’s where Stylelint comes in – it automates the code standards adherence checks.
What’s also nice is Stylelint also checks for code standards conformity. If an invalid property or value is passed or a syntactic error is found in the CSS/SCSS it will automatically generate an error. The SCSS will then not transpile to CSS and the build will fail. Meaning if there’s a syntax issue in the CSS we aren’t putting a bad build out into production.
Package Name: Stylelint