The extension provides refactoring tools for your React codebase
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VSCode Glean

The extension provides refactoring tools for your React/Javascript/Typescript codebase

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The extention provides refactoring tools for your React codebase: extract JSX into a new component, convert Function to Stateful React Components and more! In addition, you can extract regular Javascript/Typescript code between files, while handling exporting the selected code from the old location and importing in the new one!

Highlights

  • Allows extracing JSX into new component as well as other React code refactoring options
  • Moving code between files
  • Typescript support
  • ES2015 modules support
  • CommonJS modules support
  • Plain Text support

Installation

Go to the link below and click Install.

Visual Studio Code Market Place: Glean

Features

Extract to file

Select text and either VSCode's code suggestion (aka "Lightbulb") or Command Pallet ('Extract to File' command) to extract the text.

Example of Javascript Extraction

JSX Support

Extracting JSX into a new Component

Glean allows easy extraction of JSX into new React components. Just select the JSX to extract, and Glean will handle all the rest:

  • Generate Stateful or Stateless Component, such that the extracted JSX will continue to function.
  • It will identify all inputs to the newly created component.
  • Replace extracted JSX will newly created component, while providing it with all the props.

Example of JSX extraction

Converting Functional Component to Stateful Component

Example of Stateless to Stateful Component Conversion

Converting Stateful Component to Functional Component

Example of Stateless to Stateful Component Conversion

WARNING!!! This refactoring will delete all Lifecycle methods and setState calls!

Render Conditionally

Example of Render Conditionally

Configuration Options

glean.jsModuleSystem (Default: 'esm')

Determines how the selected code will be exported/imported. Valid options are 'esm' and 'commonjs'.

glean.jsFilesExtentions (Default: [ "js", "jsx", "ts", "tsx" ])

List of extentions of files that should be treated as javascript files. This determines whether or not the snippet will be exported and imported. The snippet will be treated as javascript only if the extention of both origin and target files appears in this list.

glean.switchToTarget (Default: false)

Determines whether VSCode should switch to target file after extracting.

Contribute

Feel free to open issues or PRs!

Getting started

In order to start working all you need to do is:

$ git clone git@github.com:wix/vscode-glean.git
$ cd vscode-glean
$ npm install
$ code .

Running Extention

  • Go to VSCode debug sidebar
  • Select Extention from the dropdown
  • Hit F5

Running Tests

  • Go to VSCode debug sidebar
  • Select Extention Tests from the dropdown
  • Hit F5