Updating visual studio 2016
Oddly, it worked again for a little while after I switched to my new dev. Seems to be the exact same thing as you, Methodician. I'm onto a new project now and it seems to be working (though I'm working with 4.x rather than core ATM) but it was working to start last time too, then stopped unexpectedly. @mohamed Hegazy suggested I do but I have never before and not sure where to start and having trouble finding the time to research the process... On Fri, Jul 22, 2016 at AM PEsteves8 notifications@wrote: I'm having the exact same issue.
You can update to the latest using the Dev Mode as you alluded to earlier. The MSBuild integration pieces, this includes target file, tasks dll and the command line compiler executable (tsc.exe), you can update the manually, but there is nothing like the Dev Mode currently.
I flollowed this and created the Enable Dev Mode key with a value of 1, but just don't see how that helps me get Type Script to version 1.8.6.
Maybe this thread is too old or maybe I just need directions?
so having TS 1.8.34 means you are all set with TS 1.8. that throws me off because I've come across a number of forum posts saying that updating to 1.8.6 helped resolve the issue with compile On Save not working. In any case, I've tried everything and can't get VS to compile my typescript unless I do a full rebuild after every change. The tsconfig page indicates that compile On Save is avaiable for typescrip Type Script 1.8.4 and above, but my about page also indicates 1.8.35.
I've scoured the forums and nothing has really helped. I have tsconfig compile On Save set to true and have tried just about every other tweak or update I've found online. Visual Studio doesn't compile the files unless I remove the file.The services can then be consumed for creation of other packages, which add functionality to the Visual Studio IDE.