Write Code with Emmet Actions

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IDE

With Emmet enabled in the code editor, you can increase your coding productivity. In addition to typing large blocks of code by using a few abbreviations, you can use Emmet actions to speed up your interaction with the code editor. For example, you can press Ctrl+K to remove a tag or Ctrl+/ to toggle comments.

Procedure

In-Browser

  1. Log in the Telerik Platform and open the code for your app.
  2. Verify that Emmet is enabled.
  3. In the Project Navigator, double-click the file that you want to edit.
  4. In the HTML or CSS file, press any of the supported keyboard shortcuts to trigger the corresponding Emmet action. Only actions listed in the keyboard shortcuts map are supported.

To view the keyboard shortcuts map, press Ctrl+Shift+/.

For more information about Emmet actions, see Actions.

Universal

  1. Run the universal desktop client, log in the Telerik Platform and open the code for your app.
  2. Verify that Emmet is enabled.
  3. In the Project Navigator, double-click the file that you want to edit.
  4. In the HTML or CSS file, press any of the supported keyboard shortcuts to trigger the corresponding Emmet action. Only actions listed in the keyboard shortcuts map are supported.

To view the keyboard shortcuts map, press Ctrl+Shift+/.

For more information about Emmet actions, see Actions.

Windows

  1. Run the classic Windows desktop client, log in the Telerik Platform and open the code for your app.
  2. In the Project Navigator, double-click the file that you want to edit.
  3. In the HTML or CSS file, press any of the supported keyboard shortcuts to trigger the corresponding Emmet action. Only actions listed in the keyboard shortcuts map are supported.

To view the keyboard shortcuts map, press Ctrl+Shift+/.

For more information about Emmet actions, see Actions.

Visual Studio

To use Emmet abbreviations, actions and filters in this version of the extension for Visual Studio, you can install an Emmet-enabled extension from the Microsoft Visual Studio Gallery.

CLI

To use Emmet abbreviations, actions and filters, apply the approach or tool available for your current IDE.

Next Steps

Continue development.

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