Below, you can see examples of TypeScript in Visual Studio 2013 and Eclipse:
TypeScript in Visual Studio 2013
TypeScript in Eclipse
Today, we're announcing that we will begin taking pull requests for the TypeScript compiler and language service. For now, we'll focus on fixing bugs, improving documentation, and general cleanup. This will help us get the gears turning and work out any kinks in the submission process. This will be a learning process for us, and we will be open with the community throughout the process. Please be patient with us while we make the inevitable adjustments. As we learn, we will continue to make TypeScript more open. We hope you'll be with us on this journey and contribute to the project.
Great question! You can contribute by submitting a bug fix pull request today. The steps are outlined on the TypeScript wiki. We're excited about taking this step to make TypeScript even more open and even more of a collaboration between the TypeScript team and the TypeScript community.
Of course, our job isn't done. After we're done celebrating, we're getting back to work. The 1.0 release is just the beginning for TypeScript. Thanks again for being part of this journey with us. We look forward to the road ahead!
I still have problem with compile on save, with just one particular file. This forces me to have to do it from the command line, I noticed that it does take a little while to build, but the end result is a perfect .js file with 0 errors. Does the UI have restrictions on compile time?
And why does it still not properly nest the generated .js and .js.map file properly underneath the .ts file, and add it to the project? This makes my life a real pain to have to attach the file, then modify the .csproj file.
There is another free Eclipse IDE for TypeScript 1.0 http://typecsdev.com/
It seems that the only reason why Typescript builds so slow is because it creates this seemingly useless dll in the bin folder. If you stick with compile on save, and rely on that, everything will compile much faster (you can toggle this in the TypeScript Build tab of the solution's properties).
You can also turn off the build in Build > Configuration Manager, and uncheck the build checkboxes there. After doing that, the build solution option will only save all the files, and not build the dll file.
The 1.0 RTM release is largely a bugfix release of the 1.0 RC release.
We don't have built-in unit test tools yet, but some people use unit testers like tsunit and chutzpah with TypeScript.
You'll need to update to Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 rather than staying on Update 1 to get TypeScript 1.0. We're becoming a supported in-box language of Visual Studio.
Can you share the file that's giving you problems on the TypeScript issue tracker? This would help us track down what might be causing the problem. typescript.codeplex.com/.../basic
For .js and .js.map nesting: for TypeScript you could think of these as .exe and .pdb files. You wouldn't put them in the project alongside your source files, but they are still deployed. The same is true with TypeScript. We'll deploy the .js as part of the build, but think of the .js files as output rather than input.
Yay! Kudos toTS team!
The only thing I want now is the ability to declare explicit "define" module names for require js within typescript... I am loving this release so far.
With version 1.0, I no longer have the option in VS2013 to refactor > rename... Just wondering if that was intentional, or if there's a way to get it back? Thanks.
What version of Visual Studio? Visual Studio Professional 2013 and above should support refactor->rename with TypeScript 1.0.
I was able to get the file to build. It seems like the issue was related to the .csproj file. It had been used since the earliest release, and overtime the format seems to have changed. I went through a massive clean up, including removing all .js and .js.map files from the project and source control, TFS does seem to be building it once the update was applied to the build server, and not deploying the .ts file.
So far, 1.0 is perfect. Good job team!
Great new scripting language, what's the status on the integration with Azure's PaasS?
I created a TypeScript community on Google+
Are there any guidelines/best practices/coding conventions available for TypeScript? If yes, please share the document/link where they can be accessed.