Fun with Typescript, Webpack and ReactJS

  • I liked ReactJS too, and this is the second fun-project I do using it, but since I am an Angular die-hard I have to try the stable version of Angular 2 (which just released RC) to decide if there is a winner between them.
  • The Typescript compiler will use the typings and compile the code into ES5-valid Javascript and then Webpack will take all the files and output 2 bundles.
  • I like to have separation between the app code which is Typescript and other JS code I might have, so I compile a bundle for the Typescript code ts.bundle.js and one for normal JS-code js.bundle.js .
  • Why choose Typescript and not stay with Babel is justified by the points below.
  • I already gave a go to Babel, so this time it was time for Typescript.

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Fun with Typescript, Webpack and ReactJS