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18 February 2016 Reply
This one is working while building with VS 2013 locally.
But when I publish on website at Azure, it is still throwing error.
Error TS17004: Build: Cannot use JSX unless the '--jsx' flag is provided.
How can I fix this on Azure deployment?
Thanks for your comment. My initial guess is that you applied the setting only to your Debug config, and your Azure publish will be using the Release config.
I actually need to update this article as there is a UI for it - if you display the Project Properties window, a new TypeScript Build tab will appear - I'm so unused to never seeing the contents of this window extend I never thought to check it when first playing with TypeScript! Regardless, you can use this page to configure the JSX Compilation mode - just change the Configuration option to All configurations, then change the JSX compilation in TSX files to React.
I have a web project using TSX files that I publish to an Azure website and this works fine for me, although I am using Visual Studio 2015 rather than the 2013 you mentioned.
Hope this helps.