I'm working on a project in React and ran into a problem that has me stumped.  Whenever I run yarn start I get this error:      TypeError [ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE]: The "path" argument must be of type   string. Received type undefined   I ha...
I have a Javascript browser project split over multiple files and can't get ESLint to lint the script tags of my HTML file under the same global scope so that declarations and calls of classes and functions in one file are recognised in another....
I'm getting "[ts] Experimental support for decorators is a feature that is subject to change in a future release. Set the 'experimentalDecorators' option to remove this warning."  I'm new to Angular and I don't how to solv...
This question is particularly pointed at other C# devs coming over to TypeScript in VS Code.  I fell in love with the code completion in VS C#. To illustrate, say I'm trying to write:  console.log('hello')   Using C#, I would have:   type...
I've been struggling with VSCode and JSHint to find out a way to get rid of this syntax highlighting. It seems like JSHint is not able to recognise Async/Await syntax.  Here you can find a screenshot of what I'm talking about.     My JSHint v...
VS Code does not recognize the ES7 bind syntax out of the box. Instead, it shows up as a syntax error:  Example of highlighted error in code  [ts] Declaration or statement expected.    I've searched around to see if there's an extension that...
I have been using Visual Studio Code for a few months now. I got used to the smart suggestions inside <script> elements when writing Javascript inside an HTML file. E.g.  <body> ... <script>/* Suggestions would appear here */</sc...
I just started using Angular 2 in VSCode.  Using the Angular.io "Tour of Heroes" as an example, the built-in HTML linter does not recognize the Angular 2 directives in the HTML tags, such as *ng-if or (click), as you can see in this screen sh...
I am porting some Node-based packages to React Native using ReactNativify (instead of the more 'hacky' rn-nodeify method) to browserify / shim Node API object in the dependency tree. I am developing in VSCode.  With ReactNativify you use babe...

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