I regret that I do not speak Russian, sorry.
Thank you for this response.
The documentation and package configuration seems to encourage the use of the TypeScriptAssetHandler without any caveats regarding production use. Can you please elaborate on this warning?
Further, what do you see as the challenges, if any, in adding a server-side script element tag generator used as follows which for any script root explores and generates cache dependencies on all involved files and gives a timestamped link in the meantime
between component file updates.
<%=TypeScriptAsset.CacheSafeScript("~/app.ts")%> <!-- gives -->
It seems to me that this would greatly improve deployment smoothness with only a small AppStart performance penalty.
Then in debug mode, CacheSafeScript could output not one bundled, but multiple individual script tags in dependency order so that debugging browser-side remains easy without requiring deployment changes other than debug="true".
Is this a misguided idea?