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JavaScript Editor

Mike Slattery 4 months ago in Tips and Tricks updated by Aleksandr Romanov (CTO) 3 weeks ago 5

Finally a JavaScript editor that will check your code. The new Visual Studio 2019 will check for errors in you code and mark them red. It has always been a pain looking for vars not defined or defined multiple times and ";" and breaks not used. It will mark all the "==' and claim you should use "===". Just ignore these. 

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Hi, Mike

What is this information? What kind of code tests?

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With JavaScript there is nothing that checks your code to make certain you do not have multiple variables defined, missing breaks, bad syntax or missing ";".  By using Visual Studio 2019 it will show you errors while you are typing. This helps a lot and I use it to first write my code and then add it to iRidium. I think others might like to know to help them with their code. 

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Would it be posible to make an extension with the full command list for VS(Code). To make intellisense working in a visual studio enviroment?

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Hello. We do not have such plans, maybe one of the installers has such a file and will share it here.