An Aurelia extension for the VS Code editor that provides HTML syntax highlighting, statement completion and CLI integration.
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.circleci chore(circleci): just add npm install to test Jun 18, 2018
.vscode chore(debug): reconfig launch.json Jun 4, 2017
images docs(autocomplete): added images for wiki documentation Jun 4, 2017
src refactor(vscode): remove types package and use vscode-server types (#85) Apr 15, 2018
syntaxes fix(syntax): implement fix from darthInvad0r for string interpolation, Feb 28, 2018
test/syntax.html feat(syntax): upgrade html syntax to latest and support .au files (#82) Feb 28, 2018
themes feat(syntax-highlight): highlight with.bind Dec 31, 2017
.editorconfig chore(editorconfig): change http link to https link for EditorConfig.… Sep 19, 2018
.gitignore fix(syntax): tokenize string interpolation end character correctly, f… Dec 10, 2017
.vscodeignore chore(all): initial vscode plugin setup Sep 25, 2016 chore(release): version 1.0.3 Feb 28, 2018 chore(all): initial repository setup Sep 23, 2016 chore(*): update issue template, add vscode version and screenshot/html Oct 21, 2016
LICENSE chore(all): initial repository setup Sep 23, 2016 chore(docs): update doc links Oct 24, 2017
circle.yml chore(circleci): disable tests in CI Apr 25, 2017
language-configuration.json feat(language-server): rebuild language server to enable better auto … Apr 24, 2017
package.json chore(deps): fix broken dependencies Jun 18, 2018
tsconfig.json fix(codefix): use the Aurelia attribute map to validate case of attri… Dec 29, 2017
tslint.json style(tslint): resolve all tslint errors/ warnings Nov 5, 2016

See our wiki page for a complete overview of all the features available in this extension.


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