While I loved both products, one problem was they didn't gel together nicely. However, this is no longer the cause with the new TypeScript 1.6 Beta!
As soon as I got it installed, I created a new
dropped in an example component, then saved the file. A standard
version of the React component. Awesome!
Then I tried to debug the project, and was greeted with this error:
Build: Cannot use JSX unless the '--jsx' flag is provided.
In the Text Editor \ TypeScript \ Project
General section of Visual Studio's Options dialog, I found an option for configuring the JSX emit mode, but this didn't seem to have any effect for the
tsx file in my project.
Next, I started poking around the
Microsoft.TypeScript.targets, I found the
Armed with that information I opened my
csproj file in trusty
Notepad++, and added the following
On reloading the project in Visual Studio, I found the build now
completed without raising an error, and it was correctly
generating the vanilla
Fantastic news, now I just need to convert my
jsx files to
tsx files and be happy!
- 2015-09-04 - First published
- 2020-11-21 - Updated formatting
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