HTML inside back-ticks is not highlighted.
I don't think template strings are restricted to html. How would you tell?
it couldn't, but it'd be great to add support for:
where html is the extension (and also a function to compile the HTML).
That would allow it to work with jade, mustache and other templating languages.
Sorry for the long delay, but it's finally here :)
Feel free to comment if you have any issues.
Would it be OK to reopen this ticket, since the change was backed out because it seemed to cause #142? (Done in 8b50f46)
What seems to be needed is:
I am looking to land a similar change in the atom editor. There, I went for allowing a tag function name just ending in html|HTML|Html, to allow some variation to the name. I have used html, but this eslint lint plugin uses escapeHTML.
I feel it's worth bringing up that nested string templates appear to have the same issue.