To open an application that is organized in the directory structure and does not have a solution file, press Ctrl+O or choosefrom the main menu, and then specify the root folder of the application.
ECMAScript 6: This version adds support for the features introduced in ECMAScript 2015-2017 as well as some current proposals to the standard.
React JSX: This version adds support for the JSX syntax on top of ECMAScript 6
Flow: This version adds support for the Flow syntax.
Downloading npm dependencies
Before you start, install Node.js. If your application uses some tools, libraries, or frameworks, download the required packages.
To install a package in an empty project
Open the embedded Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+1) and type
npm install <package name>at the command prompt.
If you already have a package.json file in your project
package.jsonfile in the editor or in the Project tool window and choose Run 'npm install' on the context menu.
Configuring code completion for project dependencies
To provide code completion for project dependencies, JetBrains Rider automatically creates a
Viewing parameter hints
Parameter hints show the names of parameters in methods and functions to make your code easier to read. By default, parameter hints are shown only for values that are literals or function expressions but not for named objects.
To configure parameter hints
In the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S) box (Ctrl+Alt+S), click General under Editor, then click Appearance. The Appearance page opens.
Click Configure next to the Show parameter name hint checkbox (the checkbox is selected by default).
In the Configure Parameter Name Hints dialog that opens, select the Show name for all arguments checkbox in the Options area.
To add ES6 import statements on code completion
In the Settings/Preferences dialog (Ctrl+Alt+S), click General under editor, and then click Auto Import. The Auto Import page opens.
JetBrains Rider can also generate import statements for symbols defined in the project’s dependencies. Autoimport works for symbols from packages that contain TypeScript definition files (like in moment or redux) or sources written as ES modules.
- Do one of the following:
Chooseon the main menu or press Alt+F2. Then select the desired browser from the pop-up menu.
Hover your mouse pointer over the code to show the browser icons bar: Click the icon that indicates the desired browser.