Screeps Typescript Starter
Screeps Typescript Starter is a starting point for a Screeps AI written in Typescript. It provides everything you need to start writing your AI whilst leaving
main.ts as empty as possible.
You will need:
- Node.JS (10.x || 12.x)
- A Package Manager (Yarn or npm)
- Rollup CLI (Optional, install via
npm install -g rollup)
Download the latest source here and extract it to a folder.
Open the folder in your terminal and run your package manager to install the required packages and TypeScript declaration files:
# npm npm install # yarn yarn
Fire up your preferred editor with typescript installed and you are good to go!
Rollup and code upload
Screeps Typescript Starter uses rollup to compile your typescript and upload it to a screeps server.
Move or copy
screeps.json and edit it, changing the credentials and optionally adding or removing some of the destinations.
rollup -c will compile your code and do a "dry run", preparing the code for upload but not actually pushing it. Running
rollup -c --environment DEST:main will compile your code, and then upload it to a screeps server using the
main config from
You can use
-cw instead of
-c to automatically re-run when your source code changes - for example,
rollup -cw --environment DEST:main will automatically upload your code to the
main configuration every time your code is changed.
Finally, there are also NPM scripts that serve as aliases for these commands in
package.json for IDE integration. Running
npm run push-main is equivalent to
rollup -c --environment DEST:main, and
npm run watch-sim is equivalent to
rollup -cw --dest sim.
screepsmod-auth installed and configured!Important! To upload code to a private server, you must have
The type definitions for Screeps come from typed-screeps. If you find a problem or have a suggestion, please open an issue there.
We've also spent some time reworking the documentation from the ground-up, which is now generated through Gitbooks. Includes all the essentials to get you up and running with Screeps AI development in TypeScript, as well as various other tips and tricks to further improve your development workflow.
Maintaining the docs will also become a more community-focused effort, which means you too, can take part in improving the docs for this starter kit.
To visit the docs, click here.
Issues, Pull Requests, and contribution to the docs are welcome! See our Contributing Guidelines for more details.