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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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TSLint/static code analyzers

In this section, we will look at one of the ways to analyze all the written code and check it against a list of security vulnerabilities. We will include this as one of the stages of our deployment plan. We will write a linter, have a .tslint file where all the rules to be checked against are mentioned, and then we will run the lint. So, let's get started. TsLint is one way to check and validate the source code. It is a static analysis code tool that runs on Node.js in order to keep your source code clean, find possible bugs, uncover security issues, and enforce a consistent style across all your teams:

  1. Clone our first-typescript-microservices from Chapter 2Gearing up for the Journey and inside it, add the ...

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