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How to auto fix common linting errors reported via syntastic?

As mentioned in the comments be aware of the consequences this modification has to you work environment (know exactly which eslint rules you use to "fix" things). To answer your question: adding the ...
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How to auto fix common linting errors reported via syntastic?

The solution given in Jepz's answer didn't completely work for me. eslint was correctly called with the --fix option. However, maybe it's because of internals that have changed, but it seems like ...
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How can I run javascript directly and show the output?

I think Codi is what you are looking for. It supports JavaScript and some other languages.
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How can I run javascript directly and show the output?

No plugin required! You can run node with the shell command :! Run the entire file with :!/usr/local/bin/node % Run the current line with :exec '!/usr/local/bin/node' '-e' shellescape(getline('.'))
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VIM How to enable .ts .tsx .js (for front-end) code highlight?

The best thing to do is enable filetype detection: filetype on Vim defaults to setting .tsx files as typescriptreact (8.1.2100 for me at least). To enable filetype-plugins and indent scripts (...
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VIM How to enable .ts .tsx .js (for front-end) code highlight?

I tried to use augroup SyntaxSettings autocmd! autocmd BufNewFile,BufRead *.tsx set filetype=typescript augroup END and it works.
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How to manually install pangloss JavaScript plugin?

TL;DR Use :h packages You will need the plugin code (github is easiest, though if you just have a copy of the source tree lying around, that works too) A brief history of time managing plugins1 I ...
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Are there color variables for various programming languages?

A "color scheme" is not language-specific. Every file will use the same color scheme. Here's an old question with some good answers on creating your own color scheme, though, if that's ...
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How do I get matchit to work with '/>' (self-closed tags)?

Instead of using the above config, you can easily use a< from visual mode to select around closing tag, i< to select inner a closing tag.
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Is there a workflow to preview javascript/html/css projects inside the browser?

What you are looking for has nothing to do with Vim or any editor you are using, you want a tool like grunt.js. Grunt is a task runner that you can configure to do a lot of things automatically, ...
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I want to save my typescript file, and immediately run tsc myfile.ts from inside vim. What is the best way to accomplish this?

The usual way to compile from Vim is to use :make. From :h :make: :mak[e][!] [arguments] 1. All relevant |QuickFixCmdPre| autocommands are executed. 2. If the 'autowrite' ...
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How to set prettier indents?

For anyone who is facing a similar issue, when you use the prettier extension via coc-prettier, you need to put the configuration options inside the coc-settings.json file. To solve my issue of ...
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vim-test :TestSuite return message Not a test file

So I found the issue and a workaround. The issue is on Windows the path separator is \ and not / as is written in the code. There is also a Windows in jasmine.vim when using the jasmine executable ...
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'filetype plugin indent on' breaks indention

What if you just enable the filetype plugin? filetype plugin on
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Sophisticated autocompletion in Vim in a VScode manner

What you want is to use a Language Server through the Language Server Protocol (LSP). Read more about it on Wikipedia or on the official website. As the Wikipedia article points out: The Language ...
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Is there a workflow to preview javascript/html/css projects inside the browser?

Atom is the only editor I know of that has that capability built-in. You'll need to bring in third party tools. I did some research on a related topic some time back as I was looking for real-time ...
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Enabling Syntax in Vim Creates Lag

Vim-polyglot vim-polyglot contains what it calls 'language packs', which are sets of syntax, ftplugin, and other files that 'enhance' the experience of working with a particular language. These files ...
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How can I change Javascript syntax to higlight objects?

Try plugin https://github.com/jaxbot/semantic-highlight.vim (see also the article). To install (with Plug plugin manager), set in .vimrc Plug 'jaxbot/semantic-highlight.vim' Default colors fight ...
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Configure JavaScript indentation to indent keys object literals

As of 2016-12-16, the javascript.vim indenter will break if you set nomagic. The current workaround is to not use set nomagic.
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How do I get matchit to work with '/>' (self-closed tags)?

Let's suppose you have the following lines in your ~/.vimrc source $VIMRUNTIME/macros/matchit.vim filetype plugin on If the offending lines are in a .html file, then: b:match_words = '<:>,' ....
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How to view javascript tags in vim using tagbar + jsctags + tern_for_vim + ctags_exuberant?

I've developed a set of CTAGS regex rules for JavaScript and CoffeeScript. My rules include unit tests so I think they are more reliable than most. Here's my git repo which should be most up to date: ...
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