In VS2013 building stops when tsc exits with code 1. This was not the case in VS2012.
How do I handle the tsc.exe error?
I get many `The property 'x' does not exist on value of type 'y'` errors, which I want to ignore when using JS functions.
The easiest solution to this is:
(y as any).x
This cast is explicit so it will compile even with noImplicitAny flag set.
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