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TypeScript plugin with: syntax coloring, content assist, tsconfig.json support, real-time validation, formatting, jump to definition and more. Built on CodeMix 3 for superior technology support.
Unsuccessful Installs in the last 7 Days: 2
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Submitted by Kira Resari on Wed, 2020-10-21 03:26
Doesn't provide proper code formatting.
Doesn't provide fucntionality to add fields or local variables for undefined variables.
Submitted by Brian Fernandes on Thu, 2020-10-29 14:55
All functionality mentioned is present in this plugin. If you don't see it working, kindly create a post here and we will be happy to sort it out.
Submitted by T3rm1 on Fri, 2018-10-12 07:53
There is no hint where you can see that this is limited use only. This plugin should be banned from here. Too bad you can't rate pluging. What a scam.
Submitted by Tony Weddle on Thu, 2018-10-18 19:15
T3rm1 none, the "hint" is in the plug-in description. Please note that it mentions "License: Commercial" and I'm sure you wouldn't expect a product that requires a commercial license to be totally free. Also, you can learn more about the product that this is part of by clicking the link in the description. There is a 45 day trial which is free after which there are various license period options. See the website for more details.
Submitted by Andrei Mirea on Thu, 2018-08-23 09:26
It lets you use it for about a week per month. It doesn't let you know about its limited functionality and when you'll learn this it's too late as you'll probably not be able to uninstall it either!
So now I can't edit typescript files at all.
Submitted by Tony Weddle on Mon, 2018-08-27 05:32
Andrei, the licensing situation can be seen on our website: https://www.genuitec.com/products/webclipse/pricing/ For continuous use, the license fee is very reasonable.
I'm not sure why you can't edit TypeScript files at all; if base eclipse has no specialized TypeScript editor, the standard text editor can always be used. To uninstall, it may be easier to do that from the MarketPlace client within eclipse, as the TypeScript plugin installs several features, which may not be immediately apparent from the Installation Details dialog (though you can filter on "genuitec" to find to top level pieces of software to uninstall.
If you have issues with the plugin, our support forums are the best place to raise them.
Thanks for trying it out and I'm sorry you didn't find the plugin's features useful enough to obtain a full license for it. I hope you consider us again in future (note that this plugin is part of a family of plugins - Webclipse, Angular IDE and TypeScript - that can all be used with a single Webclipse license).
Submitted by Jaume Mussons on Tue, 2017-05-09 09:01
Plugin is good, but be adviced that it expires after some days and requires a commercial license,
otherwise works as expected