Frequently Asked Questions

What is the purpose of eslint-react?

The purpose of eslint-react is to provide ESLint rules for not just for React DOM but also other libraries and frameworks that use React as a runtime.

What are the differences between @eslint-react/eslint-plugin and eslint-plugin-react?

The main difference is when using @eslint-react/eslint-plugin you can customize the behavior of the rules depending on the what render target you are using. While eslint-plugin-react will always assume you are using React DOM even if you are working with a project that only uses React Three Fiber (You can learn more through encounters like 1 in 2).

Is @eslint-react/eslint-plugin a replacement for eslint-plugin-react?

No, @eslint-react/eslint-plugin is not meant to be a drop-in replacement for eslint-plugin-react. But you can still using it as a replacement if you want to. Keep in mind that certain rules may behave differently, and the rules provided by eslint-react are more adhere to