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โœ… Disabling Type and Linting Error Checks


TypeScript helps you catch errors at compile time, which can save time and improve code quality, but can be challenging for those who are new to the language or who are used to the more dynamic nature of JavaScript. These sections show the steps required to disable type & lint checks on different levels.

Disabling Commit Checksโ€‹

We run the pre-commit git hook which lints the staged files and doesn't let you commit if there is an linting error.

To disable this, go to the .husky/pre-commit file and comment out yarn lint-staged --verbose

- yarn lint-staged --verbose
+ # yarn lint-staged --verbose

Deploying to Vercel Without Any Checksโ€‹

By default, Vercel runs type and lint checks before building your app. The deployment will fail if there are any type or lint errors.

To ignore these checks while deploying from the CLI, use:

yarn vercel:yolo

If your repo is connected to Vercel, you can set NEXT_PUBLIC_IGNORE_BUILD_ERROR to true in an environment variable.

Disabling GitHub Workflowโ€‹

We have a GitHub workflow setup checkout .github/workflows/lint.yaml which runs type and lint error checks every time code is pushed to main branch or pull request is made to main branch.

To disable it, delete .github directory.