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💅 For consistent CSS across BigchainDB, IPDB & ascribe's repos. Extends on stylelint-config-standard

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This cat clearly forgot to lint her CSS before deployment:

cat not linting correctly

Don't be like that cat.


npm install stylelint-config-bigchaindb



Add this to your .stylelintrc file:

    "extends": "stylelint-config-bigchaindb"

If you really know what you're doing™ you can change or disable individual rules globally in your project:

    "extends": "stylelint-config-bigchaindb",
    "rules": {
        "selector-max-id": 1,
        "selector-no-qualifying-type": null

Or disable blocks inline in your css:

/* stylelint-disable selector-list-comma-newline-after  */
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6,
.h1, .h2, .h3, .h4, .h5, .h6 {
    color: $that-pink-which-burns-my-eyes;
/* stylelint-enable */

In general, try to never disable anything. Every time you disable even one rule one of those creatures gets killed:

disable punishment


Use stylelint against your css files, e.g.:

stylelint *.scss

Or lint in your editor with one of the many editor plugins for stylelint, e.g. for Atom:

apm install linter-stylelint

npm releases

For a new patch release, execute on the machine where you're logged into your npm account:

npm run release

Command is powered by release-it package, defined in the package.json.

That's what the command does without any user interaction:

  • create release commit by updating version in package.json
  • create tag for that release commit
  • push commit & tag
  • create a new release on GitHub, with change log auto-generated from commit messages
  • publish to npm as a new release

If you want to create a minor or major release, use these commands:

npm run release-minor
npm run release-major


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