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Insert Callback

by daguej ST2/ST3

Inserts a node-style JavaScript callback function, and ensures that the call's trailing semicolon is inserted.

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Inserts a node-style JavaScript callback function, and ensures that the call's trailing semicolon is inserted.

Example

Type a function call. When you type (, Sublime will autofill the closing ), and your cursor will be between the parens.

someAsyncFn()

Press Alt+C. If the function call's trailing semicolon is missing, it will be filled in. A callback function snippet will then be inserted.

someAsyncFn(function(err, d) {

});

d will be selected for changing. Tab takes you to the function body.

You can also select existing code and press Alt+C; the selected text will be inserted inside the new function body.