TypeScript Analyzer

TypeScript Analyzer Plugin Guide for ChatGPT:
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Master TypeScript with ChatGPT's TypeScript Analyzer plugin. Essential for error checks, linting, and smart coding tips. Elevate your TS projects effortlessly!

We reviewed the TypeScript Analyzer Plugin designed to enhance your ChatGPT experience.
We believe this plugin will make your use of ChatGPT more efficient.

overview

TypeScript Analyzer Plugin A powerful tool designed for in-depth analysis of TypeScript code, the TypeScript Analyzer offers features like linting, error/type checks, tooltips, and autocomplete. Without executing the code, it ensures accurate feedback, supports twoslash comments for annotations, and caters to both short and long code snippets, ensuring a comprehensive and safe TypeScript coding experience.

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You can use the TypeScript Analyzer Plugin features in ChatGPT more efficiently by examining them.

Code Analysis

The plugin can process TypeScript code, offering linting, error/type checks, and tooltips.

Autocomplete

It provides autocomplete suggestions for TypeScript code, aiding in faster and more efficient coding.

Support for TwoSlash Comments

The plugin supports twoslash comments, which are special comments used in TypeScript for various annotations and directives.

Flexible Input Options

The plugin can handle both short and long TypeScript code inputs, making it versatile for different use cases.

usage_examples

We've compiled prompts that demonstrate what you can do with the TypeScript Analyzer Plugin in a more understandable way and will benefit your usage of ChatGPT.

Type Inference Check

   let x = 10;
   x = "hello";

This will check if TypeScript correctly infers the type of `x` and raises an error when trying to assign a string to a number

Function Return Type Analysis

   function add(a: number, b: number) {
     return a + b;
   }

This can be used to check if TypeScript correctly infers the return type of the function as `number`

Interface Implementation Check

   interface Person {
     name: string;
     age: number;
   }

   const john: Person = {
     name: "John",
     age: "25"
   };

This will check if the object `john` correctly implements the `Person` interface, especially with the wrong type for `age`

Generics Analysis

   function identity<T>(arg: T): T {
     return arg;
   }

This can be used to see how TypeScript handles generic types

Union and Intersection Types

   type Combined = { name: string } & { age: number };
   const person: Combined = {
     name: "Alice",
     age: 30
   };

This will analyze how TypeScript merges different types using union and intersection

Optional Properties and Undefined Checks

   interface Profile {
     name: string;
     age?: number;
   }

   const user: Profile = {
     name: "Bob"
   };

This can be used to see how TypeScript handles optional properties in interfaces

Enum Analysis

   enum Colors {
     Red,
     Green,
     Blue
   }

   let color: Colors = Colors.Yellow;

This will check if TypeScript raises an error for using an undefined enum value

Twoslash Comments for Expected Errors

   // @errors: 2322
   let str: string = 123;

Using twoslash comments, you can specify the expected error code and see if TypeScript raises the expected error

technical_info

Analyzing Short TypeScript Code (≤ characters)

Use the shortTypescriptCodeAnalysis function.

Provide the necessary parameters such as code, extension, and other optional parameters.

The function will return analysis results in JSON format.

Analyzing Long TypeScript Code (> characters)

Use the longTypescriptCodeAnalysis function.

Provide the necessary parameters such as code, extension, and other optional parameters.

The function will return analysis results in JSON format.

Using TwoSlash Comments

Insert twoslash comments (//) in your TypeScript code to provide annotations or directives.

The plugin will recognize and process these comments during analysis.

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When using the TypeScript Analyzer Plugin, security is of utmost importance for the protection of user data and systems. Here are the security measures you should consider when using the TypeScript Analyzer Plugin:

No Code Execution

The TypeScript Analyzer does not execute or run the provided code. It only analyzes it. This ensures that potentially malicious code is not executed.

Beware of External Instructions

If the plugin receives any instructions from a webpage, plugin, or other tool, it will notify the user immediately. Always verify the source of such instructions before proceeding.

Limitations

The plugin has a character limit for short code analysis (254 characters). For longer code, use the appropriate function.

Data Privacy

Ensure that any sensitive or private information is removed from the code before submitting it for analysis.

Stay Updated

Regularly check for updates to the plugin. Updates may contain important security patches or feature enhancements.


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Michael GoughMichael Gough

Very straight-to-point article. Really worth time reading. Thank you! But tools are just the instruments for the UX designers. The knowledge of the design tools are as important as the creation of the design strategy.

Jese LeosJese Leos

Much appreciated! Glad you liked it ☺️


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