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Add Angular Files for VS Code

This extension allows you to add Angular typescript files including snippets to your VS Code project.

Inspired by Dominik Kundel's Advanced New File - Visual Studio Code Extension and John Papa's Angular TypeScript Snippets for VS Code.

Features

Right click on a file or a folder in your current project. There are two options added to the context menu Add Angular Files and Add Angular Files (Extended):

Add Angular Files

This command adds the following files to your new folder (let's assume you typed in home):

home/home.component.ts
home/home.component.html
home/home.component.css | .less | .scss
home/home.component.spec.ts

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Add Angular Files (Extended)

This command adds the following extended files to your new folder (let's assume you typed in home):

home/home.component.ts
home/home.component.html
home/home.component.css | .less | .scss
home/home.component.spec.ts
home/shared/home.service.ts
home/shared/home.ts

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The naming of the files as well as the (boilerplate) snippets are based on the official Angular Style Guide

Customize stylesheet language

You can choose between your preferred stylesheet language CSS, SASS or LESS.

  1. Go to user settings (File > Preferences > user settings)
  2. Add the following key-value pair: "addAngular.stylesheet": "VALUE", where VALUE is an ENUM of "css" (default), "sass", or "less"

Customize test (.spec) files

  1. Go to user settings (File > Preferences > user settings)
  2. Add the following key-value pair: "addAngular.addTestFile": VALUE, where VALUE is true (default) or false

Installation

  1. Install Visual Studio Code 1.3.0 or higher
  2. Launch Code
  3. From the command palette Ctrl-Shift-P (Windows, Linux) or Cmd-Shift-P (OSX)
  4. Select Install Extension
  5. Type add angular files and press enter
  6. Reload Visual Studio Code

Disclaimer

Important: This extension due to the nature of it's purpose will create files on your hard drive and if necessary create the respective folder structure. While it should not override any files during this process, I'm not giving any guarantees or take any responsibility in case of lost data.

License

MIT

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