Visual Studio gets Angular editing smart
The Angular Language Service, which provides code editors a mechanism to get completions, errors checks, hints, and navigation inside of Angular templates, has been ported to Microsoft’s Visual Studio IDE.
To use the extension, developers need Visual Studio version 16.5.0 or later. Angular Language Service works with external templates in separate HTML files as well as with in-line templates. When Visual Studio detects that a developer is opening an Angular file, it uses the Angular Language Service to read the tsconfig.json file and finds all templates in an application. Language services are then provided for any template opened. Microsoft is seeking feedback on the new extension, which was announced on 5 August.
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