TypeScript Editor - plugin detail

Edit TypeScript code within NetBeans, with code completion, etc.

NetBeans Plugin - TypeScript Editor
Plugin owner: jeffreymorlan
Website: https://github.com/Everlaw/nbts
Added: 2015-10-02
License: CDDL/GPLv2 and Apache
Category: Programming Languages
Downloaded: 17,881 times
Rating:
 4.46, by 1 users

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Introduction

This plugin allows editing of TypeScript code within NetBeans. Many IDE features are supported:
  • Code completion
  • Error checking
  • Find usages
  • Go to Declaration
  • Syntax highlighting
For this plugin to work, you will need to have Node.js version 0.8.0 or later installed.

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Experimental

Experimental support for decorators is a feature that is subject to change in a future release. Set the 'experimentalDecorators' option to remove this warning.

Even though it has been set up in the ts.config..

Also, TS.config and other files are not listed as important files...
Posted by AMetnikLect. on Jan 26, 2017
  

Always show " Cannot compile modules unless the '--module' flag is provided. "

But I've set "module":"commonjs" in tsconfig.json, and no error when run tsc in command line.
Posted by Derek.Chia on Apr 01, 2016
  

Re: How do I download the plugin from Git

@geojaya: In the github project, go to the "releases" link.
Posted by jeffreymorlan on Oct 18, 2015
  

How do I download the plugin from Git

I am not sure how to download the plugin from git. I have a git account.

I downloaded it as a zip file, but when i add the plugin from netbeans, I do not see a .nbpm file.

George V
Posted by geojaya on Oct 17, 2015
  

How do I download the plugin from Git

I am not sure how to download the plugin from git. I have a git account.

I downloaded it as a zip file, but when i add the plugin from netbeans, I do not see a .nbpm file.

George V
Posted by geojaya on Oct 17, 2015
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