typescript-lit-html-plugin - TypeScript server plugin that adds intellisense for lit-html template strings

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This plugin requires TypeScript 2.4 or later. It can provide intellisense in both JavaScript and TypeScript files within any editor that uses TypeScript to power their language features. This includes VS Code, Sublime with the TypeScript plugin, Atom with the TypeScript plugin, and others.Finally, run the Select TypeScript version command in VS Code to switch to use the workspace version of TypeScript for VS Code's JavaScript and TypeScript language support. You can find more information about managing typescript versions in the VS Code documentation.



typescript-template-language-service-decorator : ^0.1.1
vscode-html-languageservice : ^2.0.10
vscode-languageserver-types : ^3.4.0



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