Finally, watch as the corresponding typescript file for the html opens to the side.
Have a good naming convention (Inspired by Angular Web Framework)
For Angular projects, while in a html file trying to open a ts file, sometimes the spec.ts file will open instead.
Initial release of Relevant-Files
HTML<->TS : toggles between an html and typescript file.
No long required to start with 2 editors open.
goto -> htmlts : This command will switch between an html and typescript file.
New Command Support for Angular
->HTML : takes you to the relevant html file base on current file (must be in same folder)
->TS: takes you to the relevant typescript file base on current file (must be in same folder)
->SCSS: takes you to the relevant SCSS file base on current file (must be in same folder)
->CSS: takes you to the relevant CSS file base on current file (must be in same folder)
New Commands for general file linkes
* ->createConfigFile : Creates a .relevantrc file to store all workspace file links
* ->createFileLink : Creates a link between the current file open and another provided by the user
* ->relevantLink : navigates the user to the linked file if available in relevantrc file
fix: Fixed the issue of opening the same file in both text editors
Steps to get started with a config file
run the command "->createConfigFile" and select your workspace
navigate and open a file you wish to create a link for.
navigate to a file you want to link to and copy the FILE PATH. (/Users/projects/sites/site1/file1)
now navigate to the file you want to add the link to.
run the command "->createFileLInk" and paste the file path you copied in the last step
run the command "->relevantLink" and expect to see the linke file open in the opposite editor