This code smell is caused by the abusive use of imports in components, classes or any other type of module of our project.
This code smell can be detect when we use a number that lacks the proper semantics.
This rule of ESLint will help us maintain a standard regarding the ordering and grouping of the imports of our project.
This code smell can be detected when we observe that certain groups of data are being used in different parts of our code.
This code smell can be detected if making a change have to replicate this change in different parts of our code.
This smell can be detected when we observe that at a specific point in our application we perform too many changes, these points can be a certain class, a .js or .ts file that exports certain functions, etc.
This code smell is given by the abusive use of primitive types when modeling our classes.
In this post we will see what the named arguments are and how they can help us to make code cleaner. Lets goo!!