While I was exploring Angular 2, following their Tour of Heroes tutorial, I was excited to see it is using TypeScript. As we know, TypeScript is not directly supported by browsers. It has to be transpiled into JS code for it to work. Good thing, the guys at Google has come up with a startup kit when developing Angular application ( instruction how to get it here ). Now you dont have to worry about manually transpiling TypeScript codes to JS, the package will do that for you and a lot more ( BrowserSync, yeah). With that being taken care of, you only have to worry about your TS code. Because the transpiled files reside on the same folder, these files may cloud up your Visual Studio Code file list. I asked StackOverflow ( Google for devs haha ) and got a working solution, pronto!
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