seems to work fine There is a linter package for eslint called linter-eslint that will work directly with your .eslintrc files. This package will use the .eslintrc in your root project directory by default. If that is absent, it will then use the one specified in your package.json.
wish help you to fix your issue There are two options: Either to include the namespace where describe and other variables are defined. Or you can update .jshintrc to make linter aware that you are using mocha framework and ignore the errors. Link that can be helpful: LINK
I wish did fix the issue. Take a look at the eslint config page. You'll be able to configure the rules using .eslintrc.js. You can also define paths that won't be linted using a .eslintignore file. As an example, this is the one I'm using in my current project: