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Submitted by Marc Bogaerts on Sat, 2016-11-26 05:34
I was very pleased to find out that my favourite IDE Eclipse now has terrific support for Angular2 and TypeScript. However I still miss the features that I'm used to when writing Java code. There seems to be no support to provide the necessary imports in an Angular component and I have to do it manually. Either I need some additional configuration or his is just missing. In the first case I'd like to know how to enable automatic import. In the latter I think this would be a great feature to add to this product.
Submitted by Tim Webb on Tue, 2016-11-29 08:47
Automatic import is very high on our list! We have a CI 9 release going out tomorrow that has improvements to content assist, reliability of validation, improvements with ngModel validation, and more importantly nice TSlint support. CI 9 also starts on a series of quick fixes you can make, though LOTS more coming there. For 2017 CI 1 going out later in December, we do intend to have automatic imports -- the challenge for automatic imports is the scanning of the project structure including all the node_modules and we want to make sure we get it right to not slow down responsiveness! The goal is definitely to have it feel as smooth as the JDT, but it'll take us a few CI releases to fully get there. As you may have experienced, to get good TypeScript meant also combating a lot of other challenges in Eclipse when it comes to working with web languages!
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