Part I - TypeLite has gone v1.0!
This is a series of posts about TypeLite/TypeScript. The parts are:
Part I (this part): TypeLite has gone v1.0 - Video demonstrating what we are doing
Part II: Using TypeLite to Generate TypeScript - Building the TypeScript generator
Part III: Generating TypeScript at build-time using TypeLite - Automatically regenerating the TypeScript on each build
From the website:
TypeLITE is a utility that generates TypeScript definitions from .NET classes. It supports all major features of the current TypeScript specification, including modules and inheritance.
I am happy to say I was able to add support for a reasonable support of generics and Lukas has merged my changes in and updated the version number to v1! To give an idea of what you can do with this I created this short video (apologies for the production qualities – please ensure you pick 720p resolution, for some reason 1080p is grainy!!)
My next post will document how I achieved this, and then I’ll document how to wire it into your build process.