Been using JS for... 17 years or so... and I still struggle with the different ways other developers find ways of doing stuff. I'm talking from formatting (2/4 spaces, double/single quotes) to OOP/FP/ES6 or weird patterns like jQuery plugins or JSX files.
Other languages (C/C++/Java/C#/Python/Go) seem to be teach on a more standard form and it's easier to read code written from a guy on the other side of the world from 10 years ago. You can't even find two JS code bases with the same formatting for documentation.
Have you had a look at prettier? Sounds like you might like it. Its a tool that takes care of all the formatting for you, all prettier code looks exactly the same. Their goal is to make formatting discussions a thing of the past:
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