The es6.js file that ships with the current distribution of Babylonjs is 3.3.0: is it possible to find a 4.0.3 version somewhere? Or to build one?
In addition/Alternatively, is it possible to use the .ts source codes of the full engine in my own project?
My idea would be to have an include/babylonjs/src/ directory in my project containing the .ts / .js source code of the engine.
That way, no publishing needed to get my site works, all the files (.js) are already there, but I can still develop/use typescript (notably, I can debug by stepping into my/bablyon .ts files instead of the .js).
Is it even possible? I’m new to .ts web site developping, and from what I understand you normally use tools like npm / gulp / webpack / … to generate a version of your project suitable to be used in the browser. But I think it’s a too much heavy-weight process (generating this file each time you modify something), I would simply like to modify my .ts files / compile them to .js then refresh the browser view to get updated code in.