git clone 'git://github.com/magnars/angular-snippets.el.git'
Yasnippets for AngularJS.
I highly recommend installing angular-snippets through elpa.
It's available on marmalade and melpa:
M-x package-install angular-snippets
You can also install the dependencies on your own, and just dump angular-snippets in your path somewhere:
Right now there's only snippets for
html-mode (mirrored into
web-mode) for the
ng-* attribute directives. They all expand from
Something slightly cool is that you get a short message with docs when
you expand a directive. You can also use
to show documentation for the closest
ng-* directive. I have it on
C-c C-d. Pressing it again within 10 seconds opens the relevant
documentation in your browser.
Well, you'll have to require it. You'll also need yasnippets of course (sorry about the insult if that wasn't obvious, but dude, you had it coming).
I would also recommend adding
ng-snip-show-docs-at-point to get that
nice documentation lookup thingie. Maybe something along the lines of:
(eval-after-load "sgml-mode" '(define-key html-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-d") 'ng-snip-show-docs-at-point))
The sky is the limit. There is lots room in AngularJS for awesome tooling support, but this package isn't that. Not yet, at least. I'm adding to it as I go along. Join me if you want.
Copyright (C) 2013 Magnar Sveen
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