An AMD loader plugin for TypeScript. Contribute to iammerrick/require-ts development by creating an account on GitHub. Thanks, using 'Ambient External Modules' works as expected, however, the down side is that I have to declare each JSON or TEXT import I'm gonna use, as opposed to when using -m umd like in the example I wrote above. do you mind pointing out the downside of using umd? (Still using SystemJS in the actual webapp). – Alon Amir Jun 22 '15 at Apr 10, · // Works import Html from require("./hfkdocs.com!text"); // Nope - 'Cannot find external module' Of course I can do the same as before and declare and use 'require', but it'd be nice to keep it consistent. Perhaps assume that if an exclamation mark is in the path, then don't assume it's a TypeScript import?
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