It is just a tool that will report patterns. For the scope of this project, we can choose to either allow it or not without resulting in any problems during the project.
If not allowed initially and you want to allow it later,
Step 1) In VScode, execute the following,
Ctrl + Shift + p
Step 2) You will see a panel opened on top that looks like:
Step 3) In that panel, paste the following:
ESLint: Manage Library Execution
The chosen action is then reflected in the ESLint status bar item in the following way:
- Allow will prefix the status bar item with a check mark.
- Allow Everywhere will prefix the status bar item with a double check mark.
- Deny and Disable will prefix the status bar item with a blocked sign.
You can read more about it here