Autocompletion for the Web. Includes JS with static and dynamic analysis.


Autocompletion for the Web

Let's have the best JS, CSS, HTML autocompletion ever!

The aulx.js file contains the whole project. It is a concatenation of many other JS files, although it isn't minified.

You can try to require it in node.

var aulx = require('aulx');
var source = 'var foo; fo';
aulx.js(source, {line:0, ch:11});


  • JS keyword autocompletion,
  • JS static analysis: a simple algorithm for autocompletion,
  • JS Static type inference,
  • JS dynamic analysis,
  • CSS property autocompletion.

To do:

  • HTML (including inlined CSS and JS autocompletion),
  • CoffeeScript, SASS, … We can go crazy with this!

Project entry point: entrance/completers.js. It uses all completers, each of which has its own directory.

Completer entry point: <completer>/main.js (no surprise there!)

Building the bundle aulx.js is done with this swift command:


or, if your computer lacks make:

node make

Finally, testing completers is either done in batch mode with yet another swift command:

make test

or, for each completer:

node <completer>/test
# For example:
node js/test

Baked by Thaddée Tyl.

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