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feat(dts): add a d.ts and configuration for TS users #140

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EisenbergEffect commented Jun 19, 2016

This commit enables TypeScript developers to use this library by
providing the minimal set of type definitions along with configuration
in package.json for the TypeScript compiler and a typings.json file for
popular d.ts acquisition tools.

feat(dts): add a d.ts and configuration for TS users
This commit enables TypeScript developers to use this library by
providing the minimal set of type definitions along with configuration
in package.json for the TypeScript compiler and a typings.json file for
popular d.ts acquisition tools.
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This seems great. Just a quick question though. Shouldn't all of the public API be exposed like this?

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ansman commented Jun 20, 2016

This seems great. Just a quick question though. Shouldn't all of the public API be exposed like this?

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Yes, they should. The Aurelia community is using this plugin a lot. We built a nice validation plugin on top of it but we had a lot of issues with TS users who couldn't get the d.ts file. So, I just wanted to put something basic in place that would at least satisfy the main-use APIs.

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EisenbergEffect commented Jun 20, 2016

Yes, they should. The Aurelia community is using this plugin a lot. We built a nice validation plugin on top of it but we had a lot of issues with TS users who couldn't get the d.ts file. So, I just wanted to put something basic in place that would at least satisfy the main-use APIs.

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Released in 0.11.0

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ansman commented Nov 5, 2016

Released in 0.11.0

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