.ts file and start hacking away like they are used to. No
Visual Studio. Just pure coding.
NOTE: When updating to v12, make sure
package is enabled. We're discontinuing our own grammar in favor of
language-typescript. Both are very similar and are basically Microsoft's
TextMate grammar repackaged, and there's little reason to bundle our own if
there's one available by default.
NOTE: This branch contains a major rewrite (v11) of the
atom-typescript plugin that is lighter and faster, but lacks a few major features that you might miss. The previous version is still available in the
legacy branch and will continue to receive minor bugfixes, but I wouldn't count on any new developments.
apm install atom-typescript(
gitin your path)
Atom-TypeScript relies on some external packages for providing some of its GUI. You basically have two options.
Option 1: Install
Option 2: Install the following packages:
Additional Notes: Some packages we love.
"I was shocked at how good it felt to poke around on the compiler with it." Jonathan Turner
"And guess what, it worked perfectly. Like everything else! Faster than Visual Studio!" Daniel Earwicker
"It's a thing of beauty - they had me at 'Type information on hover'. Discovering
tsconfig.json support as well was just an enormous bonus." John Reilly
"This may be your best option for editing TypeScript at the moment - very nice!" Rasmus Schultz
Internally using AutoComplete+. Just start typing and hints will show up. Or you can explicitly trigger it using
tab to make a selection.
"compileOnSave": true is set in
tsconfig.json, Typescript files will be compiled and saved automatically. The compiler does its best to emit something, even if there are semantic errors in the file.
atom-typescript supports all the same options the Typescript compiler does as it's using it behind the scenes to do all of the heavy lifting. In fact,
atom-typescript will use the exact version of Typescript you have installed in your
cmd+alt+l. Will format just the selection if you have something selected otherwise it will format the entire file.
F12. Will open the first declaration of the said item for now. (Note: some people call it Go to Definition)
shift+F12. Also called find usages.
A bird's eye view of the current file. Use command
toggle semantic view. The view updates while you edit the code. You can also click to jump to any portion of the file.
f2 to initiate rename.
enter to commit and
esc to cancel.
ctrl+enter on a Mac and
alt+enter for Windows and Linux when using
alt+a when using
Currently available codefixes:
Look at CONTRIBUTING.md for curiosity. We work hard to keep the code as approachable as possible and are highly keen on helping you help us.
Breaking changes available online.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.