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(forked from laravel-elixir-typescript by okaufmann)


You have to install Laravel's Elixir(Version 3.0 or higher) and its dependencies first.


The signature was changed to the following:

mix.typescript(src, output, options, flags);


Install with Node.js

npm install elixir-typescript --save


A simple gulp-typescript wrapper ingredient for Laravel Elixir.

Add it to your Elixir-enhanced Gulpfile, like so:

var elixir = require('laravel-elixir');
// import the dependency 
var elixirTypscript = require('elixir-typescript');
elixir(function(mix) {

This will compile the app.ts file in resources/assets/typescript/ and concat the compiled content into public/js/app.js.

If you'd like to output to a different directory than the default public/js, then you may override this by provide a path for output as well.

mix.typescript('app.js', 'public/js/foo/bar.js');

Further you could insert multiple files like

elixir(function(mix) {
  mix.typescript(['module1.ts', 'module2.ts']);

If you wish to ignore Compilation errors

elixir(function(mix) {
  mix.typescript('app.js', 'public/js/foo/bar.js', null, { 'ignoreErrors': true });


The project file is also supported. Just put your file into the typescript asset folder and the pluging will automatically use it.


Bellow is the list of the available parameters:

  • src: Filename for output
  • output(optional): Where to place the output file. Default: public/js/
  • options (optional): Options to forward to the gulp-typescript used for compiling. All options under
  • flags (optional): Flags that change the default behavior of the plugin.


List of available flags:

ignoreErrors (default: false) -> all errors will be ignored and the typescript will continue being compiled.