Is only AngularJS Module structures recognized in WebStorm 2016.2?

After upgrade to WebStorm 2016.2 I've noticed, that if module name in Angular app (ng1) is misspelled, when you trying to call it, then it is highlighted.

Example:

- index.js

Now the question is, does it work only for module structure or  for other injectables (services, filters, controllers, etc.) as well?

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It's for modules only - this error is shown if WebStorm fails to find registered AngularJS module with specified name

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Why such limitation? Modules are as injectable as everything else.

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If you miss a similar feature for other injected dependencies, please create a feature request in youtrack

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