- Vue support for nova editor.
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This extension is allowed to:
- Read & Write Files
- Launch Subprocesses
Vue support for Nova editor
The extension now support two different mode: Classic and Vetur! You can set it in the global extension preferences and also on a project based.
In the future I'll look into a way of combining the best of both worlds, in the meantime which one should you use? Of course is up to you 😉
A complete Vetur like mode with all the great features you are already used to.
Ad hoc completions for Nova and great snippets for faster development.
State of development
- [x] Generic Vue Tags
- [x] Template Tag
- [x] Script Tag
- [x] Style Tag
- [x] Vue Directives
- [x] Vue Interpolation
- [x] Completions for HTML, CSS, JS and WebAPI
- [x] Completions for Vue API
- [x] Completions for Vue Directives
- [x] Completions Vue Events (@click)
- [x] Support for typescript and coffeescript
- [x] Support for scss, sass and less
- [x] Vue Clips (based on Vue VSCode Snippets)
- [x] Support for Vetur LSP
Features on their way
- [ ] Support for jade and pug (waiting for syntaxes)
- [ ] Support for stylus and postcss (waiting for syntaxes)
You are welcome to contribute in any way you can think of. Seriously, I am not an expert in these things 😅.
Maybe take a look at the CONTRIBUTING guidelines. Nothing fancy don't worry.
- Changed default mode for the extension
- Upload the DOCS changes
- Add the Vetur mode 🔥
- Removed forgotten preference in the extension definition.
- Added scaffolding Clips based on Sarah Drasner VSCode snippets.
WARNING: The Clips even if inspired by Sarah Drasner are not exactly the same. Triggers are different and the basic Vue scaffold has no longer scss but css.
- Added different definitions for vue-directives single and double quoted in order to prevent errors with nested quotes
- Added support for typescript and coffeescript
- Added support for scss, sass, less
- Added missing equal-sign to v-for completion
- Updated README with current state of development
- Added Completions in vue-html for events, triggered by @ shorthand.
- Changed Vue Completions structure to follow the Official API structure.
- Added support for npm packages.
- Removed no longer needed completions thanks to a bug fix from Panic.
Fixed a minor bug that displayed html, css and js completions in every tag. The completions are now shown only in the corresponding vue tag.
Added support for standard HTML, CSS, JS and WebAPI Completions.
Updated CHANGELOG with previous versions.
Added Completions for Vue API.
Basic features of Vue Syntax: custom tags, directives, interpolation.
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