What's beautiful about open source is that unexpected things happen out of left field when you least expect it. While tinkering a bit with the beginnings of a new TypeScript plugin for NetBeans IDE, Twitter brought news of the open sourcing of a TypeScript plugin for NetBeans by Everlaw, which is an organization I had never heard of before:
Go here to read the full announcement by Everlaw:
And here's how the TypeScript editor by Everlaw looks, i.e., notice the syntax coloring, code completion, and Navigator support, in a screenshot made by me myself personally after setting up and installing the plugin into NetBeans IDE 8.0.2:
For all the details and feel free to clone the repo, go here:
Go here to install the plugin:
Isn't open source simply awesome?