JCPalmer Posted February 19, 2018 Share Posted February 19, 2018 I have begun migration of all my stuff away from Eclipse back to Netbeans. The support for the Eclipse Typescript add-in has not worked for a while. I have been using Gulp to actually do any building. Netbeans editor for Typescript is much better, & importantly being updated / improved. Cordova projects is also nicer. I always use Netbeans anyway until I needed to work with Typescript. Eclipse was very early out of the gate. with Typescript. While Netbeans does gulp commands from a cascading menu, since the typescript editor relies on a tsconfig.json file, I wanted to move away from gulp. Netbeans also runs npm scripts (in a scripts collection in a package.json file) from a menu as well. I only really need one liners like "tsc" & "uglifyjs". I was intending to transpile to ES6 (do not care about ie11), so I need an uglify which supports it. By far the most downloaded Uglify is https://www.npmjs.com/package/uglify-js. It notes that you should use https://github.com/mishoo/UglifyJS2/tree/harmony for ES6. The first thing I noticed is this repo link is not the master branch, hence the question, is it just a little too early for es6? Has anyone used this? JackFalcon and satguru 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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