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Java​Script​Template​Literal​Enhancements

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Package for Sublime Text 3. Improve experience with template literals in JavaScript.

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JavaScriptTemplateLiteralEnhancements

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Package for Sublime Text 3. Improve experience with template literals in JavaScript.

Install

Via Package Control:

Open Command Palette → Package Control: Install PackageJavaScriptTemplateLiteralEnhancements

Usage

Convert into template/string literal

There are a few commands for converting string or template literal under the cursor or selection into single/double quoted string or template literal.

Example:

Put a cursor into a string literal:


const str = 'This is my str|ing'
                           

Open Command Palette and run command JavaScriptTemplateLiteralEnhancements: Convert into template literal. This string will be converted into template literal:


const str = `This is my str|ing`