Provider update: Raygun and TypeScript 2.0

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_Editor Update: Version 2.6.0 of the Raygun4JS TypeScript definition has just been released and can be found on the Definitely Typed repository. _

Raygun can now provide a .d.ts TypeScript 2.0 definition for raygun4js. This new definition allows a finer level of control over your software errors, and brings scope to any new web applications you may be building. Whether you are a new or existing Raygun customer, you can now integrate both Raygun Crash Reporting and Raygun Pulse further into your application using Raygun and Typescript 2.0. The autocomplete function will also save precious developer time as you won’t have to refer to the documentation as often.

Many thanks to John Mooney for suggesting the update.  

Here’s how to get started with Raygun and TypeScript 2.0

npm install --save @types/raygun4js
// When using the standard v2 configuration

declare var rg4js: RaygunV2;


Gain more scope and a finer level of control over your development projects with the new Raygun4js provider.

Do you have any questions on getting started with Raygun and TypeScript 2.0? Contact a friendly team member here, or if you’d like to see first hand how Raygun can help your team, book a short demo here. 

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