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JS Template String Converter

A Sublime Text plugin to auto convert strings to template strings.

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Readme

Source
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Getting started

example

This plugin converts a string to template strings in following cases. - When ${ is typed:

Error: language “jsx” is not supported
// | - is the cursor
let x = 'Hello, ${|'
let x = `Hello, ${|}`

// in JSX
const p = <p class="Hello, ${|"></p>
const p = <p class={"Hello, ${}"}></p>

Press undo, to undo the conversion if you do not want template strings.

Error: language “jsx” is not supported
let x = 'Hello, ${|'
let x = `Hello, ${|}` // press undo
let x = "Hello, ${|}"

This plugin is inspired by Template String Converter by Megan Rogge.