Do you use the Code Health Extensions in VS Code?
  v1.1 Posted at 20/03/2017 9:44 AM by Andrew Lean
For lightweight web projects such as Angular, often VS Code is more appropriate than Visual Studio. So make sure your code quality remains consistent with CssLint and TSLint.

Related Steps to Code Health:

Which Extensions to Use in VS Code

For web projects, we advocate the use of CSSLint for css files and TSLint for typescript files. (Why you should be using TypeScript instead of JavaScript )
Linters for these can be easily added to VS Code via extensions.​
Simply select the "Extensions" tab, search for "CSSLint" and "TSLint" and click "Install" on each respectively.

Figure: Addition of CssLi nt and TSLint to VS Code Project

If you prefer not to use the Extensions (which are currently a bit out of date). You can install them using npm as normal.
CssLint (Csslint npm guide)
TSLint (TSlint npm guide )

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