So, in the early Ionic betas I started a project with default configuration. It is in ES6 and uses decorators like @Directive etc so I was assuming the following quote from Angular TS to JS cookbook will hold true:
When translating from TypeScript to ES6-with-decorators, remove class property access modifiers such as public and private. Remove most of the type declarations, such as :string and :boolean but keep the constructor parameter types which are used for dependency injection.
But I can’t use types in my constructor and I have to go the Static get() way. Does that mean what Angular is calling ES6 with decorators is not actually what I have? Also, just like TS is transpiled etc, I’m hoping my ES6 project is also being
transpiled but I’m not sure how