Friday, 3 November, 2017 UTC


Microsoft’s TypeScript language is an optionally typed superset of JavaScript, designed to handle the needs of complex programs worked on by teams—something JavaScript was never designed for.
TypeScript debuted as a beta programming language on October 1, 2012, and since then has gone through many versions that steadily improved its capabilities. And the work is not done; future versions of TypeScript are also on the roadmap.
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TypeScript can be accessed through NPM via npm install -g [email protected] or through NuGet. It also can be installed through Visual Studio 2017.
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