It enables you to use the
.ts extension in the Asset Pipeline and also in ActionView Templates.
This gem uses the typescript-node-ruby library by KAWACHI Takashi for the typescript parsing with node js.
The credit for the overall structure and the tests goes to the people that wrote the coffee-rails Gem, since I shamelessly copy&pasted some of their code.
The current version requires that node.js is installed on the system.
The requirement for node is tested upon starting the application. If the node command is not available you get the following error message:
typescript-node requires node command, but it's not found. Please install it. Set TS_NODE environmental variable If you want to use node command in non-standard path.
Add this line to your application's Gemfile:
And then execute:
Note: We need to install (if we haven't already) the Typescript definitions, more info.
npm install --save-dev @types/node
Just add a
.js.ts file in your
Typescript::Rails::Compiler.default_options = %w(--target ES5 --noImplicitAny --module commonjs)
Typescript::Rails::Compiler.default_options = %w(--target ES5 --noImplicitAny)
Add this line to your
config/application.rb as show below, above the
config.assets.enabled = true:
Referenced TypeScript dependencies
typescript-rails recurses through all TypeScript-style referenced files and tells its
Sprockets::Context that the TS file being processed
_on each file listed as a reference. This activates Sprocket’s cache-invalidation behavior when any of the descendant references of the root TS file is changed.
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request
FUJI Goro firstname.lastname@example.org
Klaus Zanders email@example.com