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...
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?...
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...
I'm passing a JSON object to Javascript via the ViewBag with the following code in my view:  var jsonResultData = @Html.Raw(ViewBag.JsonResultData);   This approach works fine but VisualStudio keeps giving me a 'Conditional compilation is tur...
I'm developing an application in which the user will be able to enter a desired address and then press a button. This address will be found on the WebBrowser control in a .net windows application. I know that you can run javascripts on WebBrowser...
I see this line of code in some of the JavaScript Files I work with, at the very top of the file ( first line ), but its not clear to me exactly what this does.    Google wasn't much help on this.  /// <reference path="jquery-1.8.3.js"...
I'm using Gulp in a VS2015 project to run jscs on JavaScript files with the fix option set.  The intention is to modify the same file that is read (viz., source and destination are the same).     var gulp = require('gulp'); var jscs = req...
I have very simple TypeScript app, which compiles fine using webpack, but gives me an error "Build:Cannot find module 'react'" when trying to build in Visual Studio. I'm stuck, any help is appreciated.  package.json:    {   "n...

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