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Revision as of 12:58, 8 October 2014

Contents

JavaScript Frameworks

KnockoutJS

Added support for Knockout 3.2.0.

  • New bindings in code completion for data-bind
    • component
    • textInput
  • Updated model for code completion
    • Includes e.g., pureComputed observables
  • Support for Knockout custom components

Code completion for Knockout custom components

Custom HTML elements registered in Knockout JavaScript file using ko.components.register function

image:Ko32 01.jpg

Code completion for component binding

image:Ko32 03.jpg

image:Ko32 05.jpg

image:Ko32 04.jpg

Go to Declaration

Supports multiple source locations (e.g., component is registered in debug and minified JS files, both are present in the project)

image:Ko32 02.jpg

Web Application Inspection

Shadow DOM Support

  • Shadow DOM nodes are shown in Browser DOM view
  • Elements of shadow DOM can be selected/inspected in Chrome browser
  • Styling information for shadow DOM nodes is shown in CSS Styles view

image:shadowDOM.png

DOM Breakpoints

DOM breakpoints are visualized in Browser DOM view (elements with a breakpoint are marked by a breakpoint badge).

image:DOMBreakpoints.png

JavaScript Debugging

Conditional Breakpoints

It is possible to specify condition on a JavaScript breakpoint. The breakpoint is hit when the condition evaluates to true. image:JavaScriptConditionalBreakpoints.png

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