I know you can press Ctrl + R to find the Defition/Declaration of the function but how do you go back. Say you have a function and you want to know where it was used.  You can do normal search like name( and then it shows up But.. if name is minified...
I have been looking around the web for a good Sublime (3) package to use to auto-format my source code in various languages, namely JavaScript. I came across this SOF post (Sublime Text 2: Auto fix indentation for javascript?) and thus decided to giv...
I do not know how to do it I want to write first of all code, then press TAB and this code will be wrapped in brackets with console.log command. Help please)...
I'm using Sublime Text 2/3 to code in Typescript and Javascript.  But when the key of an object is also a valid keyword name, it gets highlighted like a keyword even though it is only a key in that case.  Example:  var test = { do: 'hello wor...
i am using sublime text 3 as my code editor,i have written a basic hello world example in React.but the coloring is improper on the code ,i have tried installing Babel plugin but even after that also the coloring doesn't seem to work ,as you can...
I'm looking for a way to cleanup my files in Sublime Text 3.  I want something that will find and remove unused imported in my javascript code.  Has anyone seen a package that does that?...
I am using Sublime Text 3  I want to use syntax theme of JS with Autocmpletion of TS.  This is JS syntax and i like it, it's provide better keys definition to use in themes.   TS syntax for example doesn't provide variable key in theme map to...
I use Typescript for my ionic projects. I would like to know if there is shortcut for inserting arrow function in sublime. ie,  (x) => {}   somethings like typing [ar]+tab inserts this....
I'm trying to replace all of the event handling functions whose name is either "eventHandler" or ends with "...EventHandler" to be encapsulated in a common event-handling function which does additional tasks before actually callin...
If I have some JavaScript code that I want to comment out like:  {     // Inside some scope     var foo = "bar";     foo += "bar"; }   I expect to have the following after commenting out the code  {     /*     // Inside some scope...

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