Should Redwood use jshint or eshint

After posting jshint issue I run into a situation where it seems better to use eshint instead:

Viewing the file Routes.js from the first tutorial:

StackOverflow advises:

If you are using jshint plugin, remove it and install the ESLint plugin.

It is a good replacement for jshint in reactJS work.

This issue should be merged into jshint issue.

A post was merged into an existing topic: Adding VS Code settings to address the jshint issues