Thursday, September 28, 2017

Re: Typescript annotations to JsInterop java classes automatic generation tool ready

This is totally awesome! I have the tour of heros working with angular2 as per a project post by Lte Consulting a year ago. Is there the Angular4 tour of heros example working and published? I work a very large government department that is just starting to use Angular 4 now and i would like to demo doing this in Java.

On Thursday, 28 September 2017 19:24:05 UTC+9:30, Ltearno wrote:
Hi everyone,

I made up and published today a tool which uses Typescript type definitions (.d.ts) and generates the corresponding JsInterop classes for use inside a GWT application (or JaCL when available).


I use it to translate the full Angular 4 API (2000+ classes) into JsInterop and get a working code. It can also generate the standard web api from 'lib.es6.d.ts' and generate something that ressembles Elemental2 a lot!

I am interested to help if people want to use it or have some other use cases (wrapping D3.js or any other library available on 'definitely typed'). So don't hesitate to file an issue on github... Or to answer here!

Thanks
Arnaud

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