Few changes are required in term of libraries. We need to bring some definition files for AngularJS, RequireJs, JQuery and Angular-ui-router and also the Angular library. This can be done easily with NPM, here is the JSON output.
"angular": "^1.5.11", "@types/angular": "^1.5.23", "@types/angular-ui-router": "^1.1.37", "@types/jquery": "^3.2.10",
Minor changes was required in the Gruntfile.js because if we recall, we were using the tsconfig.json file to do the heavy lifting. The main change was to bring .ts file into the final distribution folder since we want to debug the .ts with the map file.
The definition file are well exhaustive and provides everything from compileProvider, to scsDelegateProvider, to httpProvider and so on. With the power of TypeScript, it’s a matter of typing “ng.” and wait for Intellisense to come up suggesting type from AngularJS’ definition file.