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Need some help while coding? Activate content assist for code completions, keywords and templates.
Content assist can be easily extended to understand 3rd party libraries and comes preconfigured for Browser, Node.js, MongoDB, Redis, MySQL and more!
To activate the libraries in your source simply add an eslint-env directive at the top of your source indicating which library to use.
For example to use Node.js we would add the following:
/* eslint-env node */
Backed by the power and speed of ESLint, the linting rules in Orion can be configured on a per-rule basis.
Don't like being nagged about unused parameters? Simply turn it off on the easy to use preference page or add a directive for the rule you want disabled.
/* eslint no-unused-params:0 */ or
/* eslint-disable no-unused-params */ will disable flagging unused parameters in functions.
Turn this editor option on to find all relevant occurrences of the selected identifier, function declarations and correctly-scoped this usage.
Using the super convenient Ctrl+O keybinding (or the View menu) you can view an outline of your source. Clicking outline elements takes you to the relevant position in the source.
There are hovers for just about everything. From content assist, to function doc / signatures to linting errors and quick fixes. You can also use hovers to navigate from importScript, define and require statements to the files they reference.
Backed by the power of Tern, we have support for jumping to declarations and implementations.
References and Refactoring
We can find all of the type-checked references to a given identifier, and then allow you to seamlessly refactor those references as needed. We also have support for simple in-line identifier renames.
Libraries Used in Orion
We use a lot of other great third-party libraries.
The complete list is:
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