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20 Feb 2017

Hide .js and .js.map files when using TypeScript in Visual Studio Code

TypeScript is awesome, but what if I don’t want to see extra .js and .js.map files everywhere that are polluting your file explorer in Visual Studio Code?

Here is an easy solution:

- Open user settings:

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- Add "files.exclude" property to the user settings or to the workspace settings:
"files.exclude": 
{       
    "**/*.js*": {"when": "$(basename).ts"},
    "**/*.js.map": true    
}

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Done:

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