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The "Compile on save" feature isn't working for me after upgrading to Visual Studio 2015.  When I make a change to a .ts file in my project and save, the status bar at the bottom of the IDE says Output(s) generated successfully, but the g...
I use Visual Studio as my editor for .css and .js files.. It REALLY SUCKS especially with .js files since it insists on indenting them in a very weird way, but I find it convenient that the first alt-tab is always the browser instead of another edito...
I just installed Visual Studio 2017. After starting an ASP.NET MVC application I get the message that chrome debugging in Visual Studio is enabled.  But my breakpoints in Visual Studio won't hit. The breakpoints on Razor code seems to be working...
I thought jQuery Intellisense was supposed to be improved with SP1. I even downloaded an annotated version of jQuery 1.2.6, but intellisense will not work in a separate jscript file. I have the jQuery library referenced first on my web page in the &l...
Possibly a stupid question. I installed Chart.js using package manager. It's in Solution explorer.     But where are the actual JS files or how do I get them? When I installed it, there are no changes that Git detects, so I'm not sure if anyt...
Is it possible to get a button's command argument in javascript. I don't want to manipulate it, i just want to read it.  If possible - how?...
I just updated Visual Studio 2017 from RC to final. I didn’t get the following error but recently I get this error. In building the project, I get the following error and it prevents the web project to start:  Severity    Code    Description Projec...
So I've defined my 'enum' at the top of my javascript file as so:  var loaderOptions = { "SHOW": 0,     "CHANGEPAGE": 1,     "HIDE": 2 };   I wanted this enum to be used in a utility function used later ( showLoade...
While stepping through a script that uses jQuery, I just want to test the code I wrote.  I don't want to step into the jQuery file -- I'm not debugging jQuery, just my own file.  Are there any ways to tell a debugger to not step into the jQue...

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