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TypeScript way to do multiple imports at once?


TypeScript way to do multiple imports at once?

By : centuryd
Date : January 12 2021, 08:33 AM
I wish this helpful for you Since inbuilt modules in TypeScript will be strictly typed if import is used, is there a way to do the equivalent of the node/CommonJS 'single require'? , Nope.
There is no syntax to support this.
code :


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Default imports with TypeScript

Default imports with TypeScript


By : crni
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you After some changes, it worked for me, tested in ES5 and ES6. I hope to help you:
Original
code :
import Person from './person'; //<-- change

export default class Englishman extends Person {
    constructor(name: string){
        this._language = "en_GB";

        super(name);
    }
}
 export default class Person {
        protected _name: string;
        protected _language: string;

        constructor(name: string) {
            this._name = name;

            this.hello();
        }

        public hello() {
            console.log("Hello, " + this._name);
            console.log("Lang: " + this._language);
        }
    }
import Englishman   from './classes/englishman'; //<-- change
import Person       from './classes/person';     //<-- add

class HelloWorld{
    public static main(){      

        let tom: Person = new Englishman("Tom");
        console.log(tom);

    }
}
HelloWorld.main();
Hello, Tom
Lang: en_GB
Englishman { _language: 'en_GB', _name: 'Tom' }
Typescript - simplify imports

Typescript - simplify imports


By : J.Mathieu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help To solve this problem I used webpack. If you want to import dependencies everywhere you want, you will need to add alias in webpack config. For example, you have folder shared in root with services folders in it. Folder services should have index.ts that exports all services you need (e.g Logger). So alias would be "services" => "shared/services".
To make autocomplete work in WebStorm you just need to mark shared folder as a "Resource root".
How do I get TypeScript to ignore imports?

How do I get TypeScript to ignore imports?


By : user2705073
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out It's not possible to "ignore" imports in TypeScript but you can disable imports by adding "module": "none" to the compilerOptions object in your tsconfig.json.
IDEA and TypeScript imports

IDEA and TypeScript imports


By : user3165175
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps Preferences | Editor | Code Style | TypeScript, Spaces / Within / ES6 import/export braces.
Typescript multiple imports

Typescript multiple imports


By : Marcel S.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I want to import 'express' module to my app. , Your code :
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