I'm using the Ionic v2 beta with Typescript, and would love to use
If your dependencies are all in
.d.ts files (that is, not ts source) then you can use a flag and tell the compiler to skip checking your libs, which will result in no errors from the libs.
There are two new flags for that:
Don’t check a the default library (lib.d.ts) file’s validity
Don’t check a user-defined default library (*.d.ts) file’s validity
And a bit more about it in the What's new in Typescript 2:
TypeScript 2.0 adds a new --skipLibCheck compiler option that causes type checking of declaration files (files with extension .d.ts) to be skipped. When a program includes large declaration files, the compiler spends a lot of time type checking declarations that are already known to not contain errors, and compile times may be significantly shortened by skipping declaration file type checks.
Since declarations in one file can affect type checking in other files, some errors may not be detected when --skipLibCheck is specified. For example, if a non-declaration file augments a type declared in a declaration file, errors may result that are only reported when the declaration file is checked. However, in practice such situations are rare.