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# Select  '''Select archive file''', then press '''Browse''' and select the project you want to import. You can only select one project at a time.
 
# Select  '''Select archive file''', then press '''Browse''' and select the project you want to import. You can only select one project at a time.
 
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# Select '''Finish.'''  The imported VJET Type Library project appears in the Explorer.   In order to reference the types, you must update your project's build path.
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Revision as of 21:00, 7 December 2012

Most developers will want to use 3rd party JavaScript libraries with VJET JS IDE.  VJET JavaScript publishes type libraries for a few commonly used JavaScript libraries.  VJET JS type libraries are published as Eclipse projects, imported into the Eclipse workspace, then referenced using the VJET JS IDE code assist features.

Download VJET JavaScript Type Libraries

[Download the VJET JavaScript Type Library projects] you want to use:

  • Node.js
  • jQuery
  • Dojo
  • JSON
  • Canvas

Import Type Library Projects into Eclipse

  1. In Eclipse, select File > Import
  2. In the Import wizard select General > Existing Projects Into Workspace
  3. Select Next
  4. Select  Select archive file, then press Browse and select the project you want to import. You can only select one project at a time.
  5. Select Finish.  The imported VJET Type Library project appears in the Explorer.   In order to reference the types, you must update your project's build path.


Vjet typelib imported all.gif

Update Your Project's Build Path

  1. Right-Click on your project; select Build Path -> Configure Build Path
  2. In the Projects tab, press Add and select the type library projects you want to add.   (Only VJET Projects are listed in this dialog)
  3. Select OK *-> Finish*.  The type libraries are added to the project's build path.


Vjet build path verify.gif

  1. Once added to the build path, you can use the code assist features.


Vjet typelib use1.gif
Vjet typelib use2.gif