node.js template in visual studio to easy start working on node.js
I have figure how that Webmatrix nodejs application can run as same in Visual studio. is their any support officially exist for nodejs.
node.js support in visual studio. I try to submit but it's not worked atleast I use this way to submit it.
The Node.js Tools for Visual Studio release candidate is now available for you to use with Visual Studio 2013: https://nodejstools.codeplex.com/
Steve Dower - MSFT commented
Michael Ganesan commented
We really need intellisense support for Node.js This is essential since I use Node.js a lot.
Great IDE with great language.
Alexander von Hausen commented
Yes! Sorry, but for professional use, you can't compare Visual Studio with Webmatrix or something else.
jacki bowr commented
I need this support pls!
That would be great!
Yeah, this is a greately awaited thing in VS!
Please!!, better than webstorm and npm support
Paul Ellis commented
It isn't a good idea, it is a great idea!
Aaron Rhoads commented
Yesenia Molina commented
I think is a good idea.... all in one place
Chris Massey commented
You guys might find http://visualnode.info/ interesting...
Keith Hamilton commented
This would be amazing. WebMatrix has nothing on VS.
Webstorm is very nice when starting from existing template like Express etc, starting empty project is quite hard.
Webmatrix is "OK" for starting slim, but the JS support (although has nice Node.JS awareness) isn't anywhere near VS (especially with Resharper).
Aaron Stanley King commented
I use Webstorm and Web Matrix alot. It would be nice to use a better overall IDE like VS instead.
Adoption of njs will go through the roof.
Since Visual Studio nowadays has the best css editor and a great js editor. It's a waste not to use them for all web solutions. Node.js in Visual Studio would possibly also bring over some developers to Windows, which I guess is important for Microsoft.
In all this is a great suggestion. The node.js technique is definitely here to stay and grow.
Yann ROBIN commented
We need completion as good as webstorm
Daniel Trott commented
I think it is interesting