JScript Editor Extensions

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Contains a number of extensions for the JScript editor in Visual Studio 2010.

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3/31/2011
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by J.Hines | June 27 2014

Why is this still not available for 2012 and up? Or better yet, why isn't brace completion and the like built-in?

by Perunchithiran | December 26 2013

Really great extension which I'm looking for a long time. Thanks to Microsoft - Visual Studio Platform Team for creating such useful extension. I can easily manage my js files the way I maintaining C# files.

by XySyst | November 15 2013

by jheliker | November 01 2013

Love it! Wish CTRL+M+O worked for the entire document instead of just CTRL+M per section.

by Ali.Alikhani | June 28 2013

by tgosousa | May 31 2013

by D. Chatterjee | May 20 2013

Works nice with 2010

by The.Geoist | May 14 2013

Not available for 2012, get it together.

by Xpert360 | March 17 2013

Getting back into HTML Javascript from C# this is a big help.

by Hakan ALTINBAŞ | October 18 2012

by Chanandco | October 10 2012

Great stuff. Can we tap into the context menu as an upgrade for outlining -> collapse to definition etc.?

Great work, keep it up.

by Deepak Giri | October 03 2012

by V.P.K | September 04 2012

Nice extension ! Exactly what i was looking for !

by Sam Trimble | August 29 2012

Overall some very helpful extensions for working with JS.

It would be even better if the outlining remembered which blocks were open/closed. That way I wouldn't have to re-close everything I'm not working with each time the file is opened...

by Nima Charkhgard | August 05 2012

Thanks for creating this program

by SegaWang | July 26 2012

magic javascript plugin tool~

by Mobilize Cloud | July 05 2012

Awesome plug in.

by Sinto | April 03 2012

Very usefull. Really helps when work with large JavaScript file. Must have for Visual Studio 2010 JavaScript developers.

by DaveGIS | February 23 2012

Fantastic A description of how to implement region on the main page would be great:

//#region InputHandler
myFunction: function(e) {
}
};
//#endregion InputHandler

by Ove Andersen | January 16 2012

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  • Configure formatting?
    1 Posts | Last post September 09, 2011
    • Is it possible to configure formatting? What I really want - the main reason that I installed this extension - is the ability to pretty print JSON files. When working with large-ish (e.g. 500 line) JSON files, they are always returned to me on one *long* line, which is impossible to read. There are other JSON pretty printers out there, but I would like to be able to do this in VS. 
      
      As it stands, opening a JSON file (which I have typed to be represented the same as JavaScript) and selecting Edit > Advanced > Format Document just results in spaces being inserted after commas and some braces. 
  • Comment AutoComplete
    1 Posts | Last post August 25, 2011
    • The comment auto-complete ///<summary></summary> functionality worked immediately after I installed but has since stopped working. Are there any known conflicts with out extensions or ReSharper?
      I have the JScript Editor as well as Javascript Parser, and ReSharper installed.
  • changing colors of Word Highlighter
    1 Posts | Last post August 11, 2011
    • Is it possible to configure the color of the word highlighter? I get black text on dark blue background :-(
  • collapse all code blocks in current file
    2 Posts | Last post August 11, 2011
    • Is it possible to collapse all code blocks simulataneously in the current file?
    • default key binding for that is ctrl-m, ctrl-l
      
      
  • Para extension issues
    1 Posts | Last post July 20, 2011
    • I saw the "fix" to make the para extension make intellisense case sensitive - I find this horribly annoying. Without the Para extension installed, if I have a dom element, I can type domEl.parentn and it'll match on parentNode so I can just hit Tab to complete. As someone that uses the MicrosoftAjax library, it is very time consuming to have to go back and constantly fix typos to get auto complete to work (I typically end up typing Sys.UI.DOm the first time - which makes it not find a match). 
  • Keeps Crashing my VS
    1 Posts | Last post July 05, 2011
    • Various crashes all the time, but this is reproducable using Teleriks JustCode in my aspx to generate the asp.net event handlers in the code behind (something new in an internal build).
      
      Reliably crashes VS2010
      
        <entry>
          <record>554</record>
          <time>2011/07/05 18:13:16.667</time>
          <type>Error</type>
          <source>Editor or Editor Extension</source>
          <description>System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object.&#x000D;&#x000A;   at JScriptPowerTools.Shared.VsServiceManager.GetService(ITextBuffer buffer, Guid serviceGuid)&#x000D;&#x000A;   at JScriptPowerTools.Shared.VsServiceManager.GetScriptColorizer(ITextBuffer buffer)&#x000D;&#x000A;   at JScriptOutliningExtension.OutliningTaggerProvider.CreateTagger[T](ITextBuffer buffer)&#x000D;&#x000A;   at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Text.Tagging.Implementation.TagAggregator`1.GatherTaggers(ITextBuffer textBuffer)</description>
        </entry>
  • How to configure Visual Studio 2010 Prof with SP1 to use JScript Editor Extensions
    1 Posts | Last post June 07, 2011
    • I have installed JScript Editor Extensions and I can see them in Extension Manager in Visual Studio 2010 Prof with SP1 but it seems that they do not work. Do I need to perform any additional configuration to get it to work? Any additional steps ?
  • Is it legal to use it in Visual Studio Shell?
    1 Posts | Last post May 26, 2011
    • Greetings,
      
      Thanks for the good addin.
      
      Is it legal to use it inside Visual Studio Shell?
  • how do you know it's working?
    2 Posts | Last post February 08, 2011
    • I installed it but, how do you know it's working.
      do you still add /// <reference path="jquery-1.5-vsdoc.js" /> on top?
      
      thx in advance
      
    • The extensions should appear in the Extension Manager (under the Tools menu). You should immediately see that brace matching, outlining and identifier highlighting is working. For the <para /> tag support in jQuery, you'll need to use a vsdoc file that contains those tags, as the vsdoc files that ship with Visual Studio and are on the MS CDN do not contain these tags. You can grab a vsdoc file that contains <para /> tags for jQuery 1.5 from http://files.damianedwards.com/jquery/jquery-1.5-vsdoc.js
  • VS 2008 Support
    2 Posts | Last post February 07, 2011
    • Hi is there similar extension for VS2008 available from Microsoft?
      
      Thanks 
      Jacques
    • I'm afraid we only have these extensions for VS2010.
      Regards,
      Damian Edwards (Program Manager, Web Platform 
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