Making New TypeScript Projects a Breeze
We on the team are always looking for opportunities to make the general experience for our users better, so we made an effort to feel out where documentation for some workflows could be improved. For some frameworks, there was already some excellent documentation out there for using TypeScript. For instance, our friends on the Angular and Aurelia projects have already made it easy to set up a TypeScript project.
In other cases, we saw a gap to fill, so we took an initiative to put part of our time into demonstrating several different workflows. We gauged communities for each set of tools, and think that we’ve gotten a good sense of how TypeScript will usually fit in with a mostly “standard” setup for each. As a result, we now have guides for
- ASP.NET 4
- ASP.NET Core 1
- Gulp (including Browserify, Watchify, and Uglify)
- React & Webpack
- Knockout and RequireJS
We would love to hear your feedback, whether it’s to improve on these guides or to tell us about the sorts of guides you’d like to see us cover. Feel free to leave us a note in our comments or add an issue on our docs’ GitHub repo!