The purpose of this lab was to function as a practice for configuring projects with node.js modules and using tools such as linters in order to format our code in a consistent manner.
In this lab we also set up a continuous integration service which runs all our checks with every commit. This allows for easy testing to make sure that you and other contributors don’t commit something that causes the project to break. We used Travis to do this.
implementing this lab was quite simple with no real issues apart from my .travis.yml not being found by Travis when it was running the tests. I fixed it by committing and pushing a different .yml file and then re-pushing the original.
I have never worked with extensions such as eslinter. It offers some amazing quality of life , which I am looking forward to experiencing on my future projects.
All commits can be seen here: https://travis-ci.org/mfainshtein4/SenecaDPSLearningLab2017