I'm pretty new to TypeScript and I would like to know if there exists a good way to rewrite code to avoid TSLint error "object access via string literals is disallowed" in the following code

interface ECType
    name: string;
    type: string;
    elementType?: string;

export var fields: { [structName: string]: Array<ECType>; } = { };

class ECStruct1 {
    foo: string;
    bar: number;
    baz: boolean;
    qux: number;
    quux: number;
    corge: ECStruct2[];
    grault: ECStruct2;

    constructor() {

fields['ECStruct1'] = [
    { name: 'foo', type: 'string' },
    { name: 'bar', type: 'int' },
    { name: 'baz', type: 'bool' },
    { name: 'qux', type: 'long' },
    { name: 'quux', type: 'ulong' },
    { name: 'corge', type: 'array', elementType: 'ECStruct2' },
    { name: 'grault', type: 'ECStruct2' }

Update: At the end the content above will be part of a self-generated file with more than 300 ECStructs, so I would like to have the class definition (e.g. ECStruct1) followed by its meta-description (e.g. fields['ECStruct1']).

You can read the proposed solution directly in stackoverflow https://stackoverflow.com/q/33387090/2881922?stw=2