Visual Studio Code plugin that autocompletes npm modules in import statements.
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In the command palette (cmd-shift-p) select Install Extension and choose npm Intellisense.
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Import command (ES5)
Npm intellisense scans only dependencies by default. Set scanDevDependencies to true to enable it for devDependencies too.
Show build in (local) libs
Shows build in node modules like 'path' of 'fs'
Lookup package.json recursive
Look for package.json inside nearest directory instead of workspace root. It's enabled by default.
Experimental: Package Subfolder Intellisense
Open subfolders of a module. This feature is work in progress and experimental.
This software is released under MIT License