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Feb 27, 2024 ⋅ 10 min read

Configuring nodemon with TypeScript

Cole Gawin Cole is a full-stack developer and designer for web, mobile, and backend applications. In addition to his work as a software engineer, he enjoys writing technical articles on topics relating to programming and innovation.

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3 Replies to "Configuring nodemon with TypeScript"

    1. Hey Baptiste, thanks for your comment! The “tsc” command will only compile your typescript code and stops short of actually running or executing it. But if that’s all your project needs, it’s certainly a viable option!

  1. This saved my life, thanks!
    You have a typo in the pm2 sectgion, though: “Create a file named ecosystem.config.json”
    This should have been config.js instead.

    But thanks for putting everything together

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