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Feature: add option to `framer new` to default to index.coffee instead of index.js #16

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WestonThayer opened this Issue Oct 8, 2015 · 3 comments

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WestonThayer commented Oct 8, 2015

CoffeeScript is generally the favored language for people using Framer. Let's make it easy to get started using it.

I think this just involves adding an index.coffee to the boilerplate code, and conditionally including it.

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When I was using this utility I preferred to write JS mainly because I was more familiar with it, and also to get intelligent completions via Tern (Tern won't work with CoffeeScript).

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peteschaffner commented Oct 10, 2015

When I was using this utility I preferred to write JS mainly because I was more familiar with it, and also to get intelligent completions via Tern (Tern won't work with CoffeeScript).

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That makes sense. I still haven't wrapped my head around the autocomplete solutions out there for CoffeeScript, but I think autocomplete is an important feature for most people.

Did you explicitly add support for CoffeeScript or does it just magically work with Browserify?

WestonThayer commented Oct 10, 2015

That makes sense. I still haven't wrapped my head around the autocomplete solutions out there for CoffeeScript, but I think autocomplete is an important feature for most people.

Did you explicitly add support for CoffeeScript or does it just magically work with Browserify?

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Intelligent completions for CoffeeScript might be a bit of a headache, and thus one of the big reasons I started using FS, as those guys are working hard on that problem (and doing a damn good job)!

I explicitly added a global CoffeeScript transform.

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peteschaffner commented Oct 11, 2015

Intelligent completions for CoffeeScript might be a bit of a headache, and thus one of the big reasons I started using FS, as those guys are working hard on that problem (and doing a damn good job)!

I explicitly added a global CoffeeScript transform.

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