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How to use external js in typescript?

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Not everything you reference in your TypeScript code has to be defined in TypeScript itself. You can reference JavaScript code that is defined in some JS file using the “declare” keyword as seen in the example below.


// File Base.js
var piValue = 3.14;
function getCircleArea(radius) {
    return piValue * radius * radius;
}
// End of file

// File file1.ts
declare function getCircleArea(radius);

module Module1.Calculator {
    export class Calc {
        getArea(radius) {
            // Accessing the Base.js file method
            var area = getCircleArea(radius);
            console.log("Area: " + area);
            return area;
        }
    }
}
// End of file

// In sample
// "Base.js" is must to reference before the "file1.js" file
<script src="Base.js"></script>
<script src="file1.js"></script>

<script>
   var calc = new Module1.Calculator.Calc(12);
   var area = calc.getArea(calc.x);
   alert("Calculated Area is " + area);
</script>

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Using the external js in TypeScript

 

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  1. click here on Dec 18, 2014 Reply

    Thanks-a-mundo for the post.Thanks Again.


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