Shortcuts are very important part of Total.js Code editor. You need to remember few shortcuts only (around 8).
F1shows important commands
F3shows database of UI components
F5reloads the file again from server
F6shows Font-Awesome icons
F9shows internal chat (+v1.4)
F10shows real-time logs
F11shows cross-project clipboard
CTRL+Ffocuses search dialog
CTRL+Ssaves the content of the file
F1 and enter
Inline templates are defined for specific files like
.api. Just create or open file and show the context menu:
Paste SQL script with
CREATE TABLE and click on the
Transform SQL to schema via context menu.
Select HEX color in your CSS file and click on the
Convert to RGBA via context menu.
F2 and you can show existing parts. Total.js Code editor divides parts into two categories. So the parts show only parts according to the file (whether the file is server-side or client-side).
Select code and click on the
Copy with syntax or
Copy as Markdown in the context menu.
Total.js Code editor parses
@TODO: text of the task phrase automatically when the file is saving. You can browse all task, just click on the second right corner icon:
Each project must have enabled bundles in the project settings. This option will enable making of bundle directly in the project:
You can define multiple servers with Total.js Code editor and usage is very helpful. Electron version offers work with local files and it has improved shortcuts. Electron version is primary targeted for source-code versioning. Read more.
Welcome screen example:
Total.js Code doesn't support direct communication with the source-version system. But we have a solution for it. Electron version supports synchronization of file from server-side to your local machine and automatically it saves the file locally after you save the file.
Code Editor settings in the Electron:
Then Total.js Code editor will synchronize all files which you will change and you will be able to store all changes in your source-version system.