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Extra space after key 'hasPreload'.
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  hasPreload : function(prop) {
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent spacing between keys and values in object literal properties (key-spacing)

This rule enforces spacing around the colon in object literal properties. It can verify each property individually, or it can ensure horizontal alignment of adjacent properties in an object literal.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing between keys and values in object literal properties. In the case of long lines, it is acceptable to add a new line wherever whitespace is allowed.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "beforeColon": false (default) disallows spaces between the key and the colon in object literals
  • "beforeColon": true requires at least one space between the key and the colon in object literals
  • "afterColon": true (default) requires at least one space between the colon and the value in object literals
  • "afterColon": false disallows spaces between the colon and the value in object literals
  • "mode": strict (default) enforces exactly one space before or after colons in object literals
  • "mode": minimum enforces one or more spaces before or after colons in object literals
  • "align": "value" enforces horizontal alignment of values in object literals
  • "align": "colon" enforces horizontal alignment of both colons and values in object literals.
  • "singleLine" specifies a spacing style for single-line object literals
  • "multiLine" specifies a spacing style for multi-line object literals

Please note that you can either use the top-level options or the grouped options (singleLine and multiLine) but not both.

beforeColon

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "beforeColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo" : 42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "beforeColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "beforeColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "beforeColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo" : 42 };

afterColon

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "afterColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo":42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "afterColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "afterColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "afterColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo":42 };

mode

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "mode": "strict" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "mode": "strict" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat:    2 * 2
});

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "mode": "strict" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "mode": "strict" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat: 2 * 2
});

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "mode": "minimum" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "mode": "minimum" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat:    2 * 2
});

align

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "align": "value" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "value" }]*/

var obj = {
    a: value,
    bcde:  42,
    fg :   foo()
};

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "align": "value" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "value" }]*/

var obj = {
    a:    value,
    bcde: 42,

    fg: foo(),
    h:  function() {
        return this.a;
    },
    ijkl: 'Non-consecutive lines form a new group'
};

var obj = { a: "foo", longPropertyName: "bar" };

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "align": "colon" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "colon" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat:    2 * 2
});

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "align": "colon" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "colon" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat   : 2 * 2
});

singleLine and multiLine

Examples of correct code for this rule with sample { "singleLine": { }, "multiLine": { } } options:

/*eslint "key-spacing": [2, {
    "singleLine": {
        "beforeColon": false,
        "afterColon": true
    },
    "multiLine": {
        "beforeColon": true,
        "afterColon": true,
        "align": "colon"
    }
}]*/
var obj = { one: 1, "two": 2, three: 3 };
var obj2 = {
    "two" : 2,
    three : 3
};

When Not To Use It

If you have another convention for property spacing that might not be consistent with the available options, or if you want to permit multiple styles concurrently you can safely disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Extra space after key 'initialize'.
Open

  initialize : function(models, options) {

enforce consistent spacing between keys and values in object literal properties (key-spacing)

This rule enforces spacing around the colon in object literal properties. It can verify each property individually, or it can ensure horizontal alignment of adjacent properties in an object literal.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing between keys and values in object literal properties. In the case of long lines, it is acceptable to add a new line wherever whitespace is allowed.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "beforeColon": false (default) disallows spaces between the key and the colon in object literals
  • "beforeColon": true requires at least one space between the key and the colon in object literals
  • "afterColon": true (default) requires at least one space between the colon and the value in object literals
  • "afterColon": false disallows spaces between the colon and the value in object literals
  • "mode": strict (default) enforces exactly one space before or after colons in object literals
  • "mode": minimum enforces one or more spaces before or after colons in object literals
  • "align": "value" enforces horizontal alignment of values in object literals
  • "align": "colon" enforces horizontal alignment of both colons and values in object literals.
  • "singleLine" specifies a spacing style for single-line object literals
  • "multiLine" specifies a spacing style for multi-line object literals

Please note that you can either use the top-level options or the grouped options (singleLine and multiLine) but not both.

beforeColon

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "beforeColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo" : 42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "beforeColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "beforeColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "beforeColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "beforeColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo" : 42 };

afterColon

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "afterColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo":42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "afterColon": true } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": true }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "afterColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo": 42 };

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "afterColon": false } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "afterColon": false }]*/

var obj = { "foo":42 };

mode

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "mode": "strict" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "mode": "strict" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat:    2 * 2
});

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "mode": "strict" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "mode": "strict" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat: 2 * 2
});

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "mode": "minimum" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "mode": "minimum" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat:    2 * 2
});

align

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "align": "value" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "value" }]*/

var obj = {
    a: value,
    bcde:  42,
    fg :   foo()
};

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "align": "value" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "value" }]*/

var obj = {
    a:    value,
    bcde: 42,

    fg: foo(),
    h:  function() {
        return this.a;
    },
    ijkl: 'Non-consecutive lines form a new group'
};

var obj = { a: "foo", longPropertyName: "bar" };

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "align": "colon" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "colon" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat:    2 * 2
});

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "align": "colon" } option:

/*eslint key-spacing: ["error", { "align": "colon" }]*/

call({
    foobar: 42,
    bat   : 2 * 2
});

singleLine and multiLine

Examples of correct code for this rule with sample { "singleLine": { }, "multiLine": { } } options:

/*eslint "key-spacing": [2, {
    "singleLine": {
        "beforeColon": false,
        "afterColon": true
    },
    "multiLine": {
        "beforeColon": true,
        "afterColon": true,
        "align": "colon"
    }
}]*/
var obj = { one: 1, "two": 2, three: 3 };
var obj2 = {
    "two" : 2,
    three : 3
};

When Not To Use It

If you have another convention for property spacing that might not be consistent with the available options, or if you want to permit multiple styles concurrently you can safely disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

There should be no space before '}'
Open

    var comment = new app.models.Comment({ "text": text });

Disallow or enforce spaces inside of curly braces in objects. (object-curly-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

While formatting preferences are very personal, a number of style guides require or disallow spaces between curly braces in the following situations:

// simple object literals
var obj = { foo: "bar" };

// nested object literals
var obj = { foo: { zoo: "bar" } };

// destructuring assignment (EcmaScript 6)
var { x, y } = y;

// import/export declarations (EcmaScript 6)
import { foo } from "bar";
export { foo };

Rule Details

This rule aims to maintain consistency around the spacing inside of object literals. It also applies to EcmaScript 6 destructured assignment and import/export specifiers.

It either requires or disallows spaces between those braces and the values inside of them. Braces that are separated from the adjacent value by a new line are exempt from this rule.

Options

There are two main options for the rule:

  • "always" enforces a space inside of curly braces
  • "never" disallows spaces inside of curly braces (default)

Depending on your coding conventions, you can choose either option by specifying it in your configuration:

"object-curly-spacing": ["error", "always"]

"never"

When "never" is set, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "never"]*/

var obj = { 'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = {'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { baz: {'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var obj = {baz: { 'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var {x } = y;
import { foo } from 'bar';

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "never"]*/

var obj = {'foo': 'bar'};
var obj = {'foo': {'bar': 'baz'}, 'qux': 'quxx'};
var obj = {
  'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {
  'foo':'bar'};
var obj = {};
var {x} = y;
import {foo} from 'bar';

"always"

When "always" is used, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "always"]*/

var obj = {'foo': 'bar'};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { baz: {'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var obj = {baz: { 'foo': 'qux' }, bar};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {
  'foo':'bar'};
var {x} = y;
import {foo } from 'bar';

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "always"]*/

var obj = {};
var obj = { 'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { 'foo': { 'bar': 'baz' }, 'qux': 'quxx' };
var obj = {
  'foo': 'bar'
};
var { x } = y;
import { foo } from 'bar';

Note that {} is always exempt from spacing requirements with this rule.

Exceptions

There are two exceptions you can apply to this rule: objectsInObjects and arraysInObjects. Their values can be set to either true or false as part of an object literal set as the 3rd argument for the rule.

These exceptions work in the context of the first option. That is, if "always" is set to enforce spacing and an exception is set to false, it will disallow spacing for cases matching the exception. Likewise, if "never" is set to disallow spacing and an exception is set to true, it will enforce spacing for cases matching the exception.

You can add exceptions like so:

"object-curly-spacing": ["error", "always", {
  "objectsInObjects": false,
  "arraysInObjects": false
}]

objectsInObjects

In the case of the "always" option, set objectsInObjects exception to false to enforce the following syntax (notice the }} at the end):

var obj = { "foo": { "baz": 1, "bar": 2 }};

In the case of the "never" option, set objectsInObjects exception to true to enforce the following style (with a space between the } at the end:

var obj = {"foo": {"baz": 1, "bar": 2} };

arraysInObjects

In the case of the "always" option, set arraysInObjects exception to false to enforce the following syntax (notice the ]} at the end):

var obj = { "foo": [ 1, 2 ]};
var obj = { "foo": [ "baz", "bar" ]};

In the case of the "never" option, set arraysInObjects exception to true to enforce the following style (with a space between the ] and } at the end:

var obj = {"foo": [ 1, 2 ] };
var obj = {"foo": [ "baz", "bar" ] };

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing between curly braces.

Related Rules

  • [comma-spacing](comma-spacing.md)
  • [space-in-parens](space-in-parens.md)
  • [space-in-brackets](space-in-brackets.md) (deprecated) Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

There should be no space before '}'
Open

        comment.set({author: app.currentUser.toJSON(), parent: self.post });

Disallow or enforce spaces inside of curly braces in objects. (object-curly-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

While formatting preferences are very personal, a number of style guides require or disallow spaces between curly braces in the following situations:

// simple object literals
var obj = { foo: "bar" };

// nested object literals
var obj = { foo: { zoo: "bar" } };

// destructuring assignment (EcmaScript 6)
var { x, y } = y;

// import/export declarations (EcmaScript 6)
import { foo } from "bar";
export { foo };

Rule Details

This rule aims to maintain consistency around the spacing inside of object literals. It also applies to EcmaScript 6 destructured assignment and import/export specifiers.

It either requires or disallows spaces between those braces and the values inside of them. Braces that are separated from the adjacent value by a new line are exempt from this rule.

Options

There are two main options for the rule:

  • "always" enforces a space inside of curly braces
  • "never" disallows spaces inside of curly braces (default)

Depending on your coding conventions, you can choose either option by specifying it in your configuration:

"object-curly-spacing": ["error", "always"]

"never"

When "never" is set, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "never"]*/

var obj = { 'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = {'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { baz: {'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var obj = {baz: { 'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var {x } = y;
import { foo } from 'bar';

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "never"]*/

var obj = {'foo': 'bar'};
var obj = {'foo': {'bar': 'baz'}, 'qux': 'quxx'};
var obj = {
  'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {
  'foo':'bar'};
var obj = {};
var {x} = y;
import {foo} from 'bar';

"always"

When "always" is used, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "always"]*/

var obj = {'foo': 'bar'};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { baz: {'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var obj = {baz: { 'foo': 'qux' }, bar};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {
  'foo':'bar'};
var {x} = y;
import {foo } from 'bar';

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "always"]*/

var obj = {};
var obj = { 'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { 'foo': { 'bar': 'baz' }, 'qux': 'quxx' };
var obj = {
  'foo': 'bar'
};
var { x } = y;
import { foo } from 'bar';

Note that {} is always exempt from spacing requirements with this rule.

Exceptions

There are two exceptions you can apply to this rule: objectsInObjects and arraysInObjects. Their values can be set to either true or false as part of an object literal set as the 3rd argument for the rule.

These exceptions work in the context of the first option. That is, if "always" is set to enforce spacing and an exception is set to false, it will disallow spacing for cases matching the exception. Likewise, if "never" is set to disallow spacing and an exception is set to true, it will enforce spacing for cases matching the exception.

You can add exceptions like so:

"object-curly-spacing": ["error", "always", {
  "objectsInObjects": false,
  "arraysInObjects": false
}]

objectsInObjects

In the case of the "always" option, set objectsInObjects exception to false to enforce the following syntax (notice the }} at the end):

var obj = { "foo": { "baz": 1, "bar": 2 }};

In the case of the "never" option, set objectsInObjects exception to true to enforce the following style (with a space between the } at the end:

var obj = {"foo": {"baz": 1, "bar": 2} };

arraysInObjects

In the case of the "always" option, set arraysInObjects exception to false to enforce the following syntax (notice the ]} at the end):

var obj = { "foo": [ 1, 2 ]};
var obj = { "foo": [ "baz", "bar" ]};

In the case of the "never" option, set arraysInObjects exception to true to enforce the following style (with a space between the ] and } at the end:

var obj = {"foo": [ 1, 2 ] };
var obj = {"foo": [ "baz", "bar" ] };

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing between curly braces.

Related Rules

  • [comma-spacing](comma-spacing.md)
  • [space-in-parens](space-in-parens.md)
  • [space-in-brackets](space-in-brackets.md) (deprecated) Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Strings must use doublequote.
Open

      var inAspect1 = con1.inAspect(app.aspect.get('id'));

Enforce Quote Style (quotes)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

JavaScript allows you to define strings in one of three ways: double quotes, single quotes, and backticks (as of ECMAScript 6). For example:

/*eslint-env es6*/

var double = "double";
var single = 'single';
var backtick = `backtick`;    // ES6 only

Each of these lines creates a string and, in some cases, can be used interchangeably. The choice of how to define strings in a codebase is a stylistic one outside of template literals (which allow embedded of expressions to be interpreted).

Many codebases require strings to be defined in a consistent manner.

Rule Details

This rule is aimed at ensuring consistency of string quotes and as such will report a problem when an inconsistent style is found.

The rule configuration takes up to two options:

  1. The first option is "double", "single" or "backtick" for double-quotes, single-quotes or backticks respectively. The default is "double".
  2. The second option takes two options:
    1. "avoidEscape": When using "avoidEscape", this rule will not report a problem when a string is using single-quotes or double-quotes so long as the string contains a quote that would have to be escaped otherwise. For example, if you specify "double" and "avoidEscape", the string 'He said, "hi!"' is not considered a problem because using double quotes for that string would require escaping the double quotes inside of the string. This option is off by default.
    2. "allowTemplateLiterals": when using "allowTemplateLiterals", this rule will not report a problem when a string is using backticks and option one is either "double" or "single".

When using "single" or "double", template literals that don't contain a substitution, don't contain a line break and aren't tagged templates, are flagged as problems, even with the "avoidEscape" option. However they are not problems when "allowTemplateLiterals" is used.

Configuration looks like this:

[2, "single", {"avoidEscape": true, "allowTemplateLiterals": true}]

Deprecation notice: The avoid-escape option is a deprecated syntax and you should use the object form instead.

The following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double"]*/

var single = 'single';
var unescaped = 'a string containing "double" quotes';
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single"]*/

var double = "double";
var unescaped = "a string containing 'single' quotes";
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var single = 'single';
var single = `single`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var double = "double";
var double = `double`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick"]*/

var single = 'single';
var double = "double";
var unescaped = 'a string containing `backticks`';
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var single = 'single';
var double = "double";

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double"]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var double = "double";
var backtick = `back\ntick`;  // backticks are allowed due to newline
var backtick = tag`backtick`; // backticks are allowed due to tag
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single"]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var single = 'single';
var backtick = `back${x}tick`; // backticks are allowed due to substitution
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var single = 'a string containing "double" quotes';
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var double = "a string containing 'single' quotes";
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double", {"allowTemplateLiterals": true}]*/

var single = 'single';
var single = `single`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single", {"allowTemplateLiterals": true}]*/

var double = "double";
var double = `double`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick"]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var backtick = `backtick`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var double = "a string containing `backtick` quotes"

When Not To Use It

If you do not need consistency in your string styles, you can safely disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

There should be no spaces inside this paren.
Open

      if(  inAspect1 && !inAspect2 ) return -1;

Disallow or enforce spaces inside of parentheses (space-in-parens)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Some style guides require or disallow spaces inside of parentheses:

foo( 'bar' );
var x = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;

foo('bar');
var x = (1 + 2) * 3;

Rule Details

This rule will enforce consistency of spacing directly inside of parentheses, by disallowing or requiring one or more spaces to the right of ( and to the left of ). In either case, () will still be allowed.

Options

There are two options for this rule:

  • "always" enforces a space inside of parentheses
  • "never" enforces zero spaces inside of parentheses (default)

Depending on your coding conventions, you can choose either option by specifying it in your configuration:

"space-in-parens": ["error", "always"]

"always"

When "always" is set, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always"]*/

foo( 'bar');
foo('bar' );
foo('bar');

var foo = (1 + 2) * 3;
(function () { return 'bar'; }());

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always"]*/

foo();

foo( 'bar' );

var foo = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;
( function () { return 'bar'; }() );

"never"

When "never" is used, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never"]*/

foo( 'bar');
foo('bar' );
foo( 'bar' );

var foo = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;
( function () { return 'bar'; }() );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never"]*/

foo();

foo('bar');

var foo = (1 + 2) * 3;
(function () { return 'bar'; }());

Exceptions

An object literal may be used as a third array item to specify exceptions, with the key "exceptions" and an array as the value. These exceptions work in the context of the first option. That is, if "always" is set to enforce spacing, then any "exception" will disallow spacing. Conversely, if "never" is set to disallow spacing, then any "exception" will enforce spacing.

The following exceptions are available: ["{}", "[]", "()", "empty"].

For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo( {bar: 'baz'} );
foo( 1, {bar: 'baz'} );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo({bar: 'baz'});
foo( 1, {bar: 'baz'});

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo({bar: 'baz'});
foo(1, {bar: 'baz'});

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo( {bar: 'baz'} );
foo(1, {bar: 'baz'} );

Given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo( [bar, baz] );
foo( [bar, baz], 1 );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo([bar, baz]);
foo([bar, baz], 1 );

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo([bar, baz]);
foo([bar, baz], 1);

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo( [bar, baz] );
foo( [bar, baz], 1);

Given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo( ( 1 + 2 ) );
foo( ( 1 + 2 ), 1 );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo(( 1 + 2 ));
foo(( 1 + 2 ), 1 );

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo((1 + 2));
foo((1 + 2), 1);

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo( (1 + 2) );
foo( (1 + 2), 1);

The "empty" exception concerns empty parentheses, and works the same way as the other exceptions, inverting the first option.

For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo( );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo();

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo();

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo( );

You can include multiple entries in the "exceptions" array. For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }]*/

bar( {bar:'baz'} );
baz( 1, [1,2] );
foo( {bar: 'baz'}, [1, 2] );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }]*/

bar({bar:'baz'});
baz( 1, [1,2]);
foo({bar: 'baz'}, [1, 2]);

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing between parentheses.

Related Rules

Expected indentation of 4 space characters but found 6.
Open

      if(!app.hasPreload(prop)) { return; }
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent indentation (indent)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

There are several common guidelines which require specific indentation of nested blocks and statements, like:

function hello(indentSize, type) {
    if (indentSize === 4 && type !== 'tab') {
        console.log('Each next indentation will increase on 4 spaces');
    }
}

These are the most common scenarios recommended in different style guides:

  • Two spaces, not longer and no tabs: Google, npm, Node.js, Idiomatic, Felix
  • Tabs: jQuery
  • Four spaces: Crockford

Rule Details

This rule enforces a consistent indentation style. The default style is 4 spaces.

Options

This rule has a mixed option:

For example, for 2-space indentation:

{
    "indent": ["error", 2]
}

Or for tabbed indentation:

{
    "indent": ["error", "tab"]
}

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default options:

/*eslint indent: "error"*/

if (a) {
  b=c;
  function foo(d) {
    e=f;
  }
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default options:

/*eslint indent: "error"*/

if (a) {
    b=c;
    function foo(d) {
        e=f;
    }
}

This rule has an object option:

  • "SwitchCase" (default: 0) enforces indentation level for case clauses in switch statements
  • "VariableDeclarator" (default: 1) enforces indentation level for var declarators; can also take an object to define separate rules for var, let and const declarations.

Level of indentation denotes the multiple of the indent specified. Example:

  • Indent of 4 spaces with VariableDeclarator set to 2 will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 8 spaces.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with VariableDeclarator set to 2 will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 4 spaces.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with VariableDeclarator set to {"var": 2, "let": 2, "const": 3} will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 4 spaces for var and let, 6 spaces for const statements.
  • Indent of tab with VariableDeclarator set to 2 will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 2 tabs.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with SwitchCase set to 0 will not indent case clauses with respect to switch statements.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with SwitchCase set to 2 will indent case clauses with 4 spaces with respect to switch statements.
  • Indent of tabs with SwitchCase set to 2 will indent case clauses with 2 tabs with respect to switch statements.

tab

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the "tab" option:

/*eslint indent: ["error", "tab"]*/

if (a) {
     b=c;
function foo(d) {
           e=f;
 }
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the "tab" option:

/*eslint indent: ["error", "tab"]*/

if (a) {
/*tab*/b=c;
/*tab*/function foo(d) {
/*tab*//*tab*/e=f;
/*tab*/}
}

SwitchCase

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 }]*/

switch(a){
case "a":
    break;
case "b":
    break;
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 } option:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 }]*/

switch(a){
  case "a":
    break;
  case "b":
    break;
}

VariableDeclarator

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
    b,
    c;
let a,
    b,
    c;
const a = 1,
    b = 2,
    c = 3;

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
  b,
  c;
let a,
  b,
  c;
const a = 1,
  b = 2,
  c = 3;

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 2 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 2 }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
    b,
    c;
let a,
    b,
    c;
const a = 1,
    b = 2,
    c = 3;

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": { "var": 2, "let": 2, "const": 3 } } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": { "var": 2, "let": 2, "const": 3 } }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
    b,
    c;
let a,
    b,
    c;
const a = 1,
      b = 2,
      c = 3;

Compatibility

Expected space(s) after "if".
Open

      if(change === undefined) { Backbone.history.loadUrl(link.attr("href").substring(1)); }
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent spacing before and after keywords (keyword-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Keywords are syntax elements of JavaScript, such as function and if. These identifiers have special meaning to the language and so often appear in a different color in code editors. As an important part of the language, style guides often refer to the spacing that should be used around keywords. For example, you might have a style guide that says keywords should be always surrounded by spaces, which would mean if-else statements must look like this:

if (foo) {
    // ...
} else {
    // ...
}

Of course, you could also have a style guide that disallows spaces around keywords.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing around keywords and keyword-like tokens: as (in module declarations), break, case, catch, class, const, continue, debugger, default, delete, do, else, export, extends, finally, for, from (in module declarations), function, get (of getters), if, import, in, instanceof, let, new, of (in for-of statements), return, set (of setters), static, super, switch, this, throw, try, typeof, var, void, while, with, and yield. This rule is designed carefully not to conflict with other spacing rules: it does not apply to spacing where other rules report problems.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "before": true (default) requires at least one space before keywords
  • "before": false disallows spaces before keywords
  • "after": true (default) requires at least one space after keywords
  • "after": false disallows spaces after keywords
  • "overrides" allows overriding spacing style for specified keywords

before

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// no conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];
let b = [function() {}];

// no conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// no conflict with `block-spacing`
{function foo() {}}

// no conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100,this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// no conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function *foo() {}

// no conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// no conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// no conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// no conflict with `space-in-parens`
(function () {})();

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in {foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

after

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// not conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];

// not conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// not conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100, this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// not conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function* foo() {}

// not conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// not conflict with `no-spaced-func`
class A {
    constructor() {
        super();
    }
}

// not conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// not conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// not conflict with `space-before-function-paren`
function() {}

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in{foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `space-unary-ops`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield+a;
}

// no conflict with `yield-star-spacing`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield* a;
}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

overrides

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "overrides": { "if": { "after": false }, "for": { "after": false }, "while": { "after": false } } } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "overrides": {
  "if": { "after": false },
  "for": { "after": false },
  "while": { "after": false }
} }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

for(;;);

while(true) {
  //...
}

When Not To Use It

If you don't want to enforce consistency on keyword spacing, then it's safe to disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

There should be no spaces inside this paren.
Open

    if( !con1.person || !con2.person ) return 1;

Disallow or enforce spaces inside of parentheses (space-in-parens)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Some style guides require or disallow spaces inside of parentheses:

foo( 'bar' );
var x = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;

foo('bar');
var x = (1 + 2) * 3;

Rule Details

This rule will enforce consistency of spacing directly inside of parentheses, by disallowing or requiring one or more spaces to the right of ( and to the left of ). In either case, () will still be allowed.

Options

There are two options for this rule:

  • "always" enforces a space inside of parentheses
  • "never" enforces zero spaces inside of parentheses (default)

Depending on your coding conventions, you can choose either option by specifying it in your configuration:

"space-in-parens": ["error", "always"]

"always"

When "always" is set, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always"]*/

foo( 'bar');
foo('bar' );
foo('bar');

var foo = (1 + 2) * 3;
(function () { return 'bar'; }());

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always"]*/

foo();

foo( 'bar' );

var foo = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;
( function () { return 'bar'; }() );

"never"

When "never" is used, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never"]*/

foo( 'bar');
foo('bar' );
foo( 'bar' );

var foo = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;
( function () { return 'bar'; }() );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never"]*/

foo();

foo('bar');

var foo = (1 + 2) * 3;
(function () { return 'bar'; }());

Exceptions

An object literal may be used as a third array item to specify exceptions, with the key "exceptions" and an array as the value. These exceptions work in the context of the first option. That is, if "always" is set to enforce spacing, then any "exception" will disallow spacing. Conversely, if "never" is set to disallow spacing, then any "exception" will enforce spacing.

The following exceptions are available: ["{}", "[]", "()", "empty"].

For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo( {bar: 'baz'} );
foo( 1, {bar: 'baz'} );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo({bar: 'baz'});
foo( 1, {bar: 'baz'});

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo({bar: 'baz'});
foo(1, {bar: 'baz'});

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo( {bar: 'baz'} );
foo(1, {bar: 'baz'} );

Given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo( [bar, baz] );
foo( [bar, baz], 1 );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo([bar, baz]);
foo([bar, baz], 1 );

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo([bar, baz]);
foo([bar, baz], 1);

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo( [bar, baz] );
foo( [bar, baz], 1);

Given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo( ( 1 + 2 ) );
foo( ( 1 + 2 ), 1 );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo(( 1 + 2 ));
foo(( 1 + 2 ), 1 );

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo((1 + 2));
foo((1 + 2), 1);

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo( (1 + 2) );
foo( (1 + 2), 1);

The "empty" exception concerns empty parentheses, and works the same way as the other exceptions, inverting the first option.

For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo( );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo();

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo();

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo( );

You can include multiple entries in the "exceptions" array. For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }]*/

bar( {bar:'baz'} );
baz( 1, [1,2] );
foo( {bar: 'baz'}, [1, 2] );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }]*/

bar({bar:'baz'});
baz( 1, [1,2]);
foo({bar: 'baz'}, [1, 2]);

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing between parentheses.

Related Rules

Expected indentation of 4 space characters but found 6.
Open

      return(preload);
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent indentation (indent)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

There are several common guidelines which require specific indentation of nested blocks and statements, like:

function hello(indentSize, type) {
    if (indentSize === 4 && type !== 'tab') {
        console.log('Each next indentation will increase on 4 spaces');
    }
}

These are the most common scenarios recommended in different style guides:

  • Two spaces, not longer and no tabs: Google, npm, Node.js, Idiomatic, Felix
  • Tabs: jQuery
  • Four spaces: Crockford

Rule Details

This rule enforces a consistent indentation style. The default style is 4 spaces.

Options

This rule has a mixed option:

For example, for 2-space indentation:

{
    "indent": ["error", 2]
}

Or for tabbed indentation:

{
    "indent": ["error", "tab"]
}

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default options:

/*eslint indent: "error"*/

if (a) {
  b=c;
  function foo(d) {
    e=f;
  }
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default options:

/*eslint indent: "error"*/

if (a) {
    b=c;
    function foo(d) {
        e=f;
    }
}

This rule has an object option:

  • "SwitchCase" (default: 0) enforces indentation level for case clauses in switch statements
  • "VariableDeclarator" (default: 1) enforces indentation level for var declarators; can also take an object to define separate rules for var, let and const declarations.

Level of indentation denotes the multiple of the indent specified. Example:

  • Indent of 4 spaces with VariableDeclarator set to 2 will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 8 spaces.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with VariableDeclarator set to 2 will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 4 spaces.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with VariableDeclarator set to {"var": 2, "let": 2, "const": 3} will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 4 spaces for var and let, 6 spaces for const statements.
  • Indent of tab with VariableDeclarator set to 2 will indent the multi-line variable declarations with 2 tabs.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with SwitchCase set to 0 will not indent case clauses with respect to switch statements.
  • Indent of 2 spaces with SwitchCase set to 2 will indent case clauses with 4 spaces with respect to switch statements.
  • Indent of tabs with SwitchCase set to 2 will indent case clauses with 2 tabs with respect to switch statements.

tab

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the "tab" option:

/*eslint indent: ["error", "tab"]*/

if (a) {
     b=c;
function foo(d) {
           e=f;
 }
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the "tab" option:

/*eslint indent: ["error", "tab"]*/

if (a) {
/*tab*/b=c;
/*tab*/function foo(d) {
/*tab*//*tab*/e=f;
/*tab*/}
}

SwitchCase

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 }]*/

switch(a){
case "a":
    break;
case "b":
    break;
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 } option:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "SwitchCase": 1 }]*/

switch(a){
  case "a":
    break;
  case "b":
    break;
}

VariableDeclarator

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
    b,
    c;
let a,
    b,
    c;
const a = 1,
    b = 2,
    c = 3;

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 1 }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
  b,
  c;
let a,
  b,
  c;
const a = 1,
  b = 2,
  c = 3;

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 2 } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": 2 }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
    b,
    c;
let a,
    b,
    c;
const a = 1,
    b = 2,
    c = 3;

Examples of correct code for this rule with the 2, { "VariableDeclarator": { "var": 2, "let": 2, "const": 3 } } options:

/*eslint indent: ["error", 2, { "VariableDeclarator": { "var": 2, "let": 2, "const": 3 } }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var a,
    b,
    c;
let a,
    b,
    c;
const a = 1,
      b = 2,
      c = 3;

Compatibility

Expected space(s) after "if".
Open

    if(app.currentUser.authenticated()) {
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent spacing before and after keywords (keyword-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Keywords are syntax elements of JavaScript, such as function and if. These identifiers have special meaning to the language and so often appear in a different color in code editors. As an important part of the language, style guides often refer to the spacing that should be used around keywords. For example, you might have a style guide that says keywords should be always surrounded by spaces, which would mean if-else statements must look like this:

if (foo) {
    // ...
} else {
    // ...
}

Of course, you could also have a style guide that disallows spaces around keywords.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing around keywords and keyword-like tokens: as (in module declarations), break, case, catch, class, const, continue, debugger, default, delete, do, else, export, extends, finally, for, from (in module declarations), function, get (of getters), if, import, in, instanceof, let, new, of (in for-of statements), return, set (of setters), static, super, switch, this, throw, try, typeof, var, void, while, with, and yield. This rule is designed carefully not to conflict with other spacing rules: it does not apply to spacing where other rules report problems.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "before": true (default) requires at least one space before keywords
  • "before": false disallows spaces before keywords
  • "after": true (default) requires at least one space after keywords
  • "after": false disallows spaces after keywords
  • "overrides" allows overriding spacing style for specified keywords

before

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// no conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];
let b = [function() {}];

// no conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// no conflict with `block-spacing`
{function foo() {}}

// no conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100,this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// no conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function *foo() {}

// no conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// no conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// no conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// no conflict with `space-in-parens`
(function () {})();

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in {foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

after

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// not conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];

// not conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// not conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100, this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// not conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function* foo() {}

// not conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// not conflict with `no-spaced-func`
class A {
    constructor() {
        super();
    }
}

// not conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// not conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// not conflict with `space-before-function-paren`
function() {}

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in{foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `space-unary-ops`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield+a;
}

// no conflict with `yield-star-spacing`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield* a;
}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

overrides

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "overrides": { "if": { "after": false }, "for": { "after": false }, "while": { "after": false } } } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "overrides": {
  "if": { "after": false },
  "for": { "after": false },
  "while": { "after": false }
} }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

for(;;);

while(true) {
  //...
}

When Not To Use It

If you don't want to enforce consistency on keyword spacing, then it's safe to disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Missing space before opening brace.
Open

    $(document).on("click", "a[rel=backbone]", function(evt){
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

Require Or Disallow Space Before Blocks (space-before-blocks)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Consistency is an important part of any style guide. While it is a personal preference where to put the opening brace of blocks, it should be consistent across a whole project. Having an inconsistent style distracts the reader from seeing the important parts of the code.

Rule Details

This rule will enforce consistency of spacing before blocks. It is only applied on blocks that don’t begin on a new line.

  • This rule ignores spacing which is between => and a block. The spacing is handled by the arrow-spacing rule.
  • This rule ignores spacing which is between a keyword and a block. The spacing is handled by the keyword-spacing rule.

Options

This rule takes one argument. If it is "always" then blocks must always have at least one preceding space. If "never" then all blocks should never have any preceding space. If different spacing is desired for function blocks, keyword blocks and classes, an optional configuration object can be passed as the rule argument to configure the cases separately.

( e.g. { "functions": "never", "keywords": "always", classes: "always" } )

The default is "always".

"always"

The following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: "error"*/

if (a){
    b();
}

function a(){}

for (;;){
    b();
}

try {} catch(a){}

class Foo{
  constructor(){}
}

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: "error"*/

if (a) {
    b();
}

if (a) {
    b();
} else{ /*no error. this is checked by `keyword-spacing` rule.*/
    c();
}


function a() {}

for (;;) {
    b();
}

try {} catch(a) {}

"never"

The following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", "never"]*/

if (a) {
    b();
}

function a() {}

for (;;) {
    b();
}

try {} catch(a) {}

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", "never"]*/

if (a){
    b();
}

function a(){}

for (;;){
    b();
}

try{} catch(a){}

class Foo{
  constructor(){}
}

The following patterns are considered problems when configured { "functions": "never", "keywords": "always", classes: "never" }:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", { "functions": "never", "keywords": "always", classes: "never" }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

function a() {}

try {} catch(a){}

class Foo{
  constructor() {}
}

The following patterns are not considered problems when configured { "functions": "never", "keywords": "always", classes: "never" }:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", { "functions": "never", "keywords": "always", classes: "never" }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

for (;;) {
  // ...
}

describe(function(){
  // ...
});

class Foo {
  constructor(){}
}

The following patterns are considered problems when configured { "functions": "always", "keywords": "never", classes: "never" }:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", { "functions": "always", "keywords": "never", classes: "never" }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

function a(){}

try {} catch(a) {}

class Foo {
  constructor(){}
}

The following patterns are not considered problems when configured { "functions": "always", "keywords": "never", classes: "never" }:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", { "functions": "always", "keywords": "never", classes: "never" }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (a){
  b();
}

var a = function() {}

class Foo{
  constructor() {}
}

The following patterns are considered problems when configured { "functions": "never", "keywords": "never", classes: "always" }:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", { "functions": "never", "keywords": "never", classes: "always" }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

class Foo{
  constructor(){}
}

The following patterns are not considered problems when configured { "functions": "never", "keywords": "never", classes: "always" }:

/*eslint space-before-blocks: ["error", { "functions": "never", "keywords": "never", classes: "always" }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

class Foo {
  constructor(){}
}

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing before blocks or if you are using the space-after-keywords rule set to "never".

Related Rules

There should be no spaces inside this paren.
Open

      if( !inAspect1 &&  inAspect2 ) return 1;

Disallow or enforce spaces inside of parentheses (space-in-parens)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Some style guides require or disallow spaces inside of parentheses:

foo( 'bar' );
var x = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;

foo('bar');
var x = (1 + 2) * 3;

Rule Details

This rule will enforce consistency of spacing directly inside of parentheses, by disallowing or requiring one or more spaces to the right of ( and to the left of ). In either case, () will still be allowed.

Options

There are two options for this rule:

  • "always" enforces a space inside of parentheses
  • "never" enforces zero spaces inside of parentheses (default)

Depending on your coding conventions, you can choose either option by specifying it in your configuration:

"space-in-parens": ["error", "always"]

"always"

When "always" is set, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always"]*/

foo( 'bar');
foo('bar' );
foo('bar');

var foo = (1 + 2) * 3;
(function () { return 'bar'; }());

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always"]*/

foo();

foo( 'bar' );

var foo = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;
( function () { return 'bar'; }() );

"never"

When "never" is used, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never"]*/

foo( 'bar');
foo('bar' );
foo( 'bar' );

var foo = ( 1 + 2 ) * 3;
( function () { return 'bar'; }() );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never"]*/

foo();

foo('bar');

var foo = (1 + 2) * 3;
(function () { return 'bar'; }());

Exceptions

An object literal may be used as a third array item to specify exceptions, with the key "exceptions" and an array as the value. These exceptions work in the context of the first option. That is, if "always" is set to enforce spacing, then any "exception" will disallow spacing. Conversely, if "never" is set to disallow spacing, then any "exception" will enforce spacing.

The following exceptions are available: ["{}", "[]", "()", "empty"].

For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo( {bar: 'baz'} );
foo( 1, {bar: 'baz'} );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo({bar: 'baz'});
foo( 1, {bar: 'baz'});

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo({bar: 'baz'});
foo(1, {bar: 'baz'});

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["{}"] }]*/

foo( {bar: 'baz'} );
foo(1, {bar: 'baz'} );

Given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo( [bar, baz] );
foo( [bar, baz], 1 );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo([bar, baz]);
foo([bar, baz], 1 );

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo([bar, baz]);
foo([bar, baz], 1);

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["[]"] }]*/

foo( [bar, baz] );
foo( [bar, baz], 1);

Given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo( ( 1 + 2 ) );
foo( ( 1 + 2 ), 1 );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo(( 1 + 2 ));
foo(( 1 + 2 ), 1 );

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo((1 + 2));
foo((1 + 2), 1);

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["()"] }]*/

foo( (1 + 2) );
foo( (1 + 2), 1);

The "empty" exception concerns empty parentheses, and works the same way as the other exceptions, inverting the first option.

For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo( );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo();

Or, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo();

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "never", { "exceptions": ["empty"] }]*/

foo( );

You can include multiple entries in the "exceptions" array. For example, given "space-in-parens": ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }], the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }]*/

bar( {bar:'baz'} );
baz( 1, [1,2] );
foo( {bar: 'baz'}, [1, 2] );

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint space-in-parens: ["error", "always", { "exceptions": ["{}", "[]"] }]*/

bar({bar:'baz'});
baz( 1, [1,2]);
foo({bar: 'baz'}, [1, 2]);

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing between parentheses.

Related Rules

Identifier 'second_tf' is not in camel case.
Open

  comparator: function(first_tf, second_tf) {

Require Camelcase (camelcase)

When it comes to naming variables, style guides generally fall into one of two camps: camelcase (variableName) and underscores (variable_name). This rule focuses on using the camelcase approach. If your style guide calls for camelcasing your variable names, then this rule is for you!

Rule Details

This rule looks for any underscores (_) located within the source code. It ignores leading and trailing underscores and only checks those in the middle of a variable name. If ESLint decides that the variable is a constant (all uppercase), then no warning will be thrown. Otherwise, a warning will be thrown. This rule only flags definitions and assignments but not function calls.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "properties": "always" (default) enforces camelcase style for property names
  • "properties": "never" does not check property names

always

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "properties": "always" } option:

/*eslint camelcase: "error"*/

var my_favorite_color = "#112C85";

function do_something() {
    // ...
}

obj.do_something = function() {
    // ...
};

var obj = {
    my_pref: 1
};

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "properties": "always" } option:

/*eslint camelcase: "error"*/

var myFavoriteColor   = "#112C85";
var _myFavoriteColor  = "#112C85";
var myFavoriteColor_  = "#112C85";
var MY_FAVORITE_COLOR = "#112C85";
var foo = bar.baz_boom;
var foo = { qux: bar.baz_boom };

obj.do_something();

var { category_id: category } = query;

never

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "properties": "never" } option:

/*eslint camelcase: ["error", {properties: "never"}]*/

var obj = {
    my_pref: 1
};

When Not To Use It

If you have established coding standards using a different naming convention (separating words with underscores), turn this rule off. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Expected space(s) after "if".
Open

      if(!app.hasPreload(prop)) { return; }
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent spacing before and after keywords (keyword-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Keywords are syntax elements of JavaScript, such as function and if. These identifiers have special meaning to the language and so often appear in a different color in code editors. As an important part of the language, style guides often refer to the spacing that should be used around keywords. For example, you might have a style guide that says keywords should be always surrounded by spaces, which would mean if-else statements must look like this:

if (foo) {
    // ...
} else {
    // ...
}

Of course, you could also have a style guide that disallows spaces around keywords.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing around keywords and keyword-like tokens: as (in module declarations), break, case, catch, class, const, continue, debugger, default, delete, do, else, export, extends, finally, for, from (in module declarations), function, get (of getters), if, import, in, instanceof, let, new, of (in for-of statements), return, set (of setters), static, super, switch, this, throw, try, typeof, var, void, while, with, and yield. This rule is designed carefully not to conflict with other spacing rules: it does not apply to spacing where other rules report problems.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "before": true (default) requires at least one space before keywords
  • "before": false disallows spaces before keywords
  • "after": true (default) requires at least one space after keywords
  • "after": false disallows spaces after keywords
  • "overrides" allows overriding spacing style for specified keywords

before

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// no conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];
let b = [function() {}];

// no conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// no conflict with `block-spacing`
{function foo() {}}

// no conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100,this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// no conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function *foo() {}

// no conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// no conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// no conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// no conflict with `space-in-parens`
(function () {})();

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in {foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

after

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// not conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];

// not conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// not conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100, this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// not conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function* foo() {}

// not conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// not conflict with `no-spaced-func`
class A {
    constructor() {
        super();
    }
}

// not conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// not conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// not conflict with `space-before-function-paren`
function() {}

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in{foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `space-unary-ops`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield+a;
}

// no conflict with `yield-star-spacing`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield* a;
}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

overrides

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "overrides": { "if": { "after": false }, "for": { "after": false }, "while": { "after": false } } } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "overrides": {
  "if": { "after": false },
  "for": { "after": false },
  "while": { "after": false }
} }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

for(;;);

while(true) {
  //...
}

When Not To Use It

If you don't want to enforce consistency on keyword spacing, then it's safe to disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Expected space(s) after "return".
Open

      return(preload);
Severity: Minor
Found in app/assets/javascripts/app/app.js by eslint

enforce consistent spacing before and after keywords (keyword-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Keywords are syntax elements of JavaScript, such as function and if. These identifiers have special meaning to the language and so often appear in a different color in code editors. As an important part of the language, style guides often refer to the spacing that should be used around keywords. For example, you might have a style guide that says keywords should be always surrounded by spaces, which would mean if-else statements must look like this:

if (foo) {
    // ...
} else {
    // ...
}

Of course, you could also have a style guide that disallows spaces around keywords.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing around keywords and keyword-like tokens: as (in module declarations), break, case, catch, class, const, continue, debugger, default, delete, do, else, export, extends, finally, for, from (in module declarations), function, get (of getters), if, import, in, instanceof, let, new, of (in for-of statements), return, set (of setters), static, super, switch, this, throw, try, typeof, var, void, while, with, and yield. This rule is designed carefully not to conflict with other spacing rules: it does not apply to spacing where other rules report problems.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "before": true (default) requires at least one space before keywords
  • "before": false disallows spaces before keywords
  • "after": true (default) requires at least one space after keywords
  • "after": false disallows spaces after keywords
  • "overrides" allows overriding spacing style for specified keywords

before

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// no conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];
let b = [function() {}];

// no conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// no conflict with `block-spacing`
{function foo() {}}

// no conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100,this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// no conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function *foo() {}

// no conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// no conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// no conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// no conflict with `space-in-parens`
(function () {})();

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in {foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

after

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// not conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];

// not conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// not conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100, this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// not conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function* foo() {}

// not conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// not conflict with `no-spaced-func`
class A {
    constructor() {
        super();
    }
}

// not conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// not conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// not conflict with `space-before-function-paren`
function() {}

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in{foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `space-unary-ops`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield+a;
}

// no conflict with `yield-star-spacing`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield* a;
}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

overrides

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "overrides": { "if": { "after": false }, "for": { "after": false }, "while": { "after": false } } } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "overrides": {
  "if": { "after": false },
  "for": { "after": false },
  "while": { "after": false }
} }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

for(;;);

while(true) {
  //...
}

When Not To Use It

If you don't want to enforce consistency on keyword spacing, then it's safe to disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

There should be no space after '{'
Open

    var comment = new app.models.Comment({ "text": text });

Disallow or enforce spaces inside of curly braces in objects. (object-curly-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

While formatting preferences are very personal, a number of style guides require or disallow spaces between curly braces in the following situations:

// simple object literals
var obj = { foo: "bar" };

// nested object literals
var obj = { foo: { zoo: "bar" } };

// destructuring assignment (EcmaScript 6)
var { x, y } = y;

// import/export declarations (EcmaScript 6)
import { foo } from "bar";
export { foo };

Rule Details

This rule aims to maintain consistency around the spacing inside of object literals. It also applies to EcmaScript 6 destructured assignment and import/export specifiers.

It either requires or disallows spaces between those braces and the values inside of them. Braces that are separated from the adjacent value by a new line are exempt from this rule.

Options

There are two main options for the rule:

  • "always" enforces a space inside of curly braces
  • "never" disallows spaces inside of curly braces (default)

Depending on your coding conventions, you can choose either option by specifying it in your configuration:

"object-curly-spacing": ["error", "always"]

"never"

When "never" is set, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "never"]*/

var obj = { 'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = {'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { baz: {'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var obj = {baz: { 'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var {x } = y;
import { foo } from 'bar';

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "never"]*/

var obj = {'foo': 'bar'};
var obj = {'foo': {'bar': 'baz'}, 'qux': 'quxx'};
var obj = {
  'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {
  'foo':'bar'};
var obj = {};
var {x} = y;
import {foo} from 'bar';

"always"

When "always" is used, the following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "always"]*/

var obj = {'foo': 'bar'};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { baz: {'foo': 'qux'}, bar};
var obj = {baz: { 'foo': 'qux' }, bar};
var obj = {'foo': 'bar'
};
var obj = {
  'foo':'bar'};
var {x} = y;
import {foo } from 'bar';

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint object-curly-spacing: ["error", "always"]*/

var obj = {};
var obj = { 'foo': 'bar' };
var obj = { 'foo': { 'bar': 'baz' }, 'qux': 'quxx' };
var obj = {
  'foo': 'bar'
};
var { x } = y;
import { foo } from 'bar';

Note that {} is always exempt from spacing requirements with this rule.

Exceptions

There are two exceptions you can apply to this rule: objectsInObjects and arraysInObjects. Their values can be set to either true or false as part of an object literal set as the 3rd argument for the rule.

These exceptions work in the context of the first option. That is, if "always" is set to enforce spacing and an exception is set to false, it will disallow spacing for cases matching the exception. Likewise, if "never" is set to disallow spacing and an exception is set to true, it will enforce spacing for cases matching the exception.

You can add exceptions like so:

"object-curly-spacing": ["error", "always", {
  "objectsInObjects": false,
  "arraysInObjects": false
}]

objectsInObjects

In the case of the "always" option, set objectsInObjects exception to false to enforce the following syntax (notice the }} at the end):

var obj = { "foo": { "baz": 1, "bar": 2 }};

In the case of the "never" option, set objectsInObjects exception to true to enforce the following style (with a space between the } at the end:

var obj = {"foo": {"baz": 1, "bar": 2} };

arraysInObjects

In the case of the "always" option, set arraysInObjects exception to false to enforce the following syntax (notice the ]} at the end):

var obj = { "foo": [ 1, 2 ]};
var obj = { "foo": [ "baz", "bar" ]};

In the case of the "never" option, set arraysInObjects exception to true to enforce the following style (with a space between the ] and } at the end:

var obj = {"foo": [ 1, 2 ] };
var obj = {"foo": [ "baz", "bar" ] };

When Not To Use It

You can turn this rule off if you are not concerned with the consistency of spacing between curly braces.

Related Rules

  • [comma-spacing](comma-spacing.md)
  • [space-in-parens](space-in-parens.md)
  • [space-in-brackets](space-in-brackets.md) (deprecated) Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Expected space(s) after "if".
Open

      if( !inAspect1 &&  inAspect2 ) return 1;

enforce consistent spacing before and after keywords (keyword-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Keywords are syntax elements of JavaScript, such as function and if. These identifiers have special meaning to the language and so often appear in a different color in code editors. As an important part of the language, style guides often refer to the spacing that should be used around keywords. For example, you might have a style guide that says keywords should be always surrounded by spaces, which would mean if-else statements must look like this:

if (foo) {
    // ...
} else {
    // ...
}

Of course, you could also have a style guide that disallows spaces around keywords.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing around keywords and keyword-like tokens: as (in module declarations), break, case, catch, class, const, continue, debugger, default, delete, do, else, export, extends, finally, for, from (in module declarations), function, get (of getters), if, import, in, instanceof, let, new, of (in for-of statements), return, set (of setters), static, super, switch, this, throw, try, typeof, var, void, while, with, and yield. This rule is designed carefully not to conflict with other spacing rules: it does not apply to spacing where other rules report problems.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "before": true (default) requires at least one space before keywords
  • "before": false disallows spaces before keywords
  • "after": true (default) requires at least one space after keywords
  • "after": false disallows spaces after keywords
  • "overrides" allows overriding spacing style for specified keywords

before

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// no conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];
let b = [function() {}];

// no conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// no conflict with `block-spacing`
{function foo() {}}

// no conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100,this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// no conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function *foo() {}

// no conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// no conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// no conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// no conflict with `space-in-parens`
(function () {})();

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in {foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

after

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// not conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];

// not conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// not conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100, this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// not conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function* foo() {}

// not conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// not conflict with `no-spaced-func`
class A {
    constructor() {
        super();
    }
}

// not conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// not conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// not conflict with `space-before-function-paren`
function() {}

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in{foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `space-unary-ops`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield+a;
}

// no conflict with `yield-star-spacing`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield* a;
}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

overrides

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "overrides": { "if": { "after": false }, "for": { "after": false }, "while": { "after": false } } } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "overrides": {
  "if": { "after": false },
  "for": { "after": false },
  "while": { "after": false }
} }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

for(;;);

while(true) {
  //...
}

When Not To Use It

If you don't want to enforce consistency on keyword spacing, then it's safe to disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Strings must use doublequote.
Open

    var n2 = con2.person.get('name');

Enforce Quote Style (quotes)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

JavaScript allows you to define strings in one of three ways: double quotes, single quotes, and backticks (as of ECMAScript 6). For example:

/*eslint-env es6*/

var double = "double";
var single = 'single';
var backtick = `backtick`;    // ES6 only

Each of these lines creates a string and, in some cases, can be used interchangeably. The choice of how to define strings in a codebase is a stylistic one outside of template literals (which allow embedded of expressions to be interpreted).

Many codebases require strings to be defined in a consistent manner.

Rule Details

This rule is aimed at ensuring consistency of string quotes and as such will report a problem when an inconsistent style is found.

The rule configuration takes up to two options:

  1. The first option is "double", "single" or "backtick" for double-quotes, single-quotes or backticks respectively. The default is "double".
  2. The second option takes two options:
    1. "avoidEscape": When using "avoidEscape", this rule will not report a problem when a string is using single-quotes or double-quotes so long as the string contains a quote that would have to be escaped otherwise. For example, if you specify "double" and "avoidEscape", the string 'He said, "hi!"' is not considered a problem because using double quotes for that string would require escaping the double quotes inside of the string. This option is off by default.
    2. "allowTemplateLiterals": when using "allowTemplateLiterals", this rule will not report a problem when a string is using backticks and option one is either "double" or "single".

When using "single" or "double", template literals that don't contain a substitution, don't contain a line break and aren't tagged templates, are flagged as problems, even with the "avoidEscape" option. However they are not problems when "allowTemplateLiterals" is used.

Configuration looks like this:

[2, "single", {"avoidEscape": true, "allowTemplateLiterals": true}]

Deprecation notice: The avoid-escape option is a deprecated syntax and you should use the object form instead.

The following patterns are considered problems:

/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double"]*/

var single = 'single';
var unescaped = 'a string containing "double" quotes';
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single"]*/

var double = "double";
var unescaped = "a string containing 'single' quotes";
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var single = 'single';
var single = `single`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var double = "double";
var double = `double`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick"]*/

var single = 'single';
var double = "double";
var unescaped = 'a string containing `backticks`';
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var single = 'single';
var double = "double";

The following patterns are not considered problems:

/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double"]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var double = "double";
var backtick = `back\ntick`;  // backticks are allowed due to newline
var backtick = tag`backtick`; // backticks are allowed due to tag
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single"]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var single = 'single';
var backtick = `back${x}tick`; // backticks are allowed due to substitution
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var single = 'a string containing "double" quotes';
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var double = "a string containing 'single' quotes";
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "double", {"allowTemplateLiterals": true}]*/

var single = 'single';
var single = `single`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "single", {"allowTemplateLiterals": true}]*/

var double = "double";
var double = `double`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick"]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

var backtick = `backtick`;
/*eslint quotes: ["error", "backtick", {"avoidEscape": true}]*/

var double = "a string containing `backtick` quotes"

When Not To Use It

If you do not need consistency in your string styles, you can safely disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

Expected space(s) after "if".
Open

    if(app.aspect) {

enforce consistent spacing before and after keywords (keyword-spacing)

(fixable) The --fix option on the [command line](../user-guide/command-line-interface#fix) automatically fixes problems reported by this rule.

Keywords are syntax elements of JavaScript, such as function and if. These identifiers have special meaning to the language and so often appear in a different color in code editors. As an important part of the language, style guides often refer to the spacing that should be used around keywords. For example, you might have a style guide that says keywords should be always surrounded by spaces, which would mean if-else statements must look like this:

if (foo) {
    // ...
} else {
    // ...
}

Of course, you could also have a style guide that disallows spaces around keywords.

Rule Details

This rule enforces consistent spacing around keywords and keyword-like tokens: as (in module declarations), break, case, catch, class, const, continue, debugger, default, delete, do, else, export, extends, finally, for, from (in module declarations), function, get (of getters), if, import, in, instanceof, let, new, of (in for-of statements), return, set (of setters), static, super, switch, this, throw, try, typeof, var, void, while, with, and yield. This rule is designed carefully not to conflict with other spacing rules: it does not apply to spacing where other rules report problems.

Options

This rule has an object option:

  • "before": true (default) requires at least one space before keywords
  • "before": false disallows spaces before keywords
  • "after": true (default) requires at least one space after keywords
  • "after": false disallows spaces after keywords
  • "overrides" allows overriding spacing style for specified keywords

before

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "before": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": true }]*/
/*eslint-env es6*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// no conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];
let b = [function() {}];

// no conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// no conflict with `block-spacing`
{function foo() {}}

// no conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100,this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// no conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function *foo() {}

// no conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// no conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// no conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// no conflict with `space-in-parens`
(function () {})();

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in {foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "before": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "before": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
}else if (bar) {
    //...
}else {
    //...
}

after

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the default { "after": true } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": true }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

// not conflict with `array-bracket-spacing`
let a = [this];

// not conflict with `arrow-spacing`
let a = ()=> this.foo;

// not conflict with `comma-spacing`
let a = [100, this.foo, this.bar];

// not conflict with `computed-property-spacing`
obj[this.foo] = 0;

// not conflict with `generator-star-spacing`
function* foo() {}

// not conflict with `key-spacing`
let obj = {
    foo:function() {}
};

// not conflict with `no-spaced-func`
class A {
    constructor() {
        super();
    }
}

// not conflict with `object-curly-spacing`
let obj = {foo: this};

// not conflict with `semi-spacing`
let a = this;function foo() {}

// not conflict with `space-before-function-paren`
function() {}

// no conflict with `space-infix-ops`
if ("foo"in{foo: 0}) {}
if (10+this.foo<= this.bar) {}

// no conflict with `space-unary-ops`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield+a;
}

// no conflict with `yield-star-spacing`
function* foo(a) {
    return yield* a;
}

// no conflict with `jsx-curly-spacing`
let a = 

Examples of incorrect code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if (foo) {
    //...
} else if (bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "after": false } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "after": false }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else{
    //...
}

overrides

Examples of correct code for this rule with the { "overrides": { "if": { "after": false }, "for": { "after": false }, "while": { "after": false } } } option:

/*eslint keyword-spacing: ["error", { "overrides": {
  "if": { "after": false },
  "for": { "after": false },
  "while": { "after": false }
} }]*/

if(foo) {
    //...
} else if(bar) {
    //...
} else {
    //...
}

for(;;);

while(true) {
  //...
}

When Not To Use It

If you don't want to enforce consistency on keyword spacing, then it's safe to disable this rule. Source: http://eslint.org/docs/rules/

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