TypeScript

Announcing TypeScript 3.7 Beta

We’re pleased to announce TypeScript 3.7 Beta, a feature-complete version of TypeScript 3.7. Between now and the final release, we’ll be fixing bugs and further improving performance and stability.
To get started using the beta, you can get it through NuGet,

Announcing TypeScript 3.6

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.6!
For those unfamiliar, TypeScript is a language that builds on JavaScript by adding optional static types. These types can be checked by the TypeScript compiler to catch common errors in your programs (like misspelling properties and calling functions the wrong way).

Announcing TypeScript 3.6 RC

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of the release candidate of TypeScript 3.6. This release candidate is intended to be fairly close to the full release, and will stabilize for the next few weeks leading up to our official release.

Announcing TypeScript 3.6 Beta

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.6 Beta. This beta is intended to be a feature-complete version of TypeScript 3.6. In the coming weeks we’ll be working on bugs and improving performance and stability for our release candidate,

How to Upgrade to TypeScript without anybody noticing, Part 2

This guide will show you how to fix Typescript compile errors in Javascript project that recently added Typescript support via a tsconfig.json. It assumes that the tsconfig.json is configured according to the description in part 1 of this post, and that you also installed types for some of your dependencies from the @types/* namespace.

How to Upgrade to TypeScript Without Anybody Noticing, Part 1

This guide will show you how to upgrade to TypeScript without anybody noticing. Well, people might notice — what I really mean is that you won’t have to change your build at all. You’ll have the ability to get errors and completions in supported editors and to get errors on the command line from tsc,

Announcing TypeScript 3.5

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.5!
If you’re new to TypeScript, it’s a language that builds on JavaScript that adds optional static types. TypeScript code gets type-checked to avoid common mistakes like typos and accidental coercions, and then gets transformed by a program called the TypeScript compiler.

Announcing TypeScript 3.5 RC

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of our release candidate (RC) of TypeScript 3.5. Our hope is to collect feedback and early issues to ensure our final release is simple to pick up and use right away.
To get started using the RC,

Announcing TypeScript 3.4

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.4!
If you haven’t yet used TypeScript, it’s a language that builds on JavaScript that adds optional static types. The TypeScript project provides a compiler that checks your programs based on these types to prevent certain classes of errors,

Announcing TypeScript 3.4 RC

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of our release candidate (RC) of TypeScript 3.4. Our hope is to collect feedback and early issues to ensure our final release is simple to pick up and use right away.
To get started using the RC,

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Announcing TypeScript 3.7 Beta

We’re pleased to announce TypeScript 3.7 Beta, a feature-complete version of TypeScript 3.7. Between now and the final release, we’ll be fixing bugs and further improving performance and stability.
To get started using the beta, you can get it through NuGet,

Announcing TypeScript 3.6

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.6!
For those unfamiliar, TypeScript is a language that builds on JavaScript by adding optional static types. These types can be checked by the TypeScript compiler to catch common errors in your programs (like misspelling properties and calling functions the wrong way).

Announcing TypeScript 3.6 RC

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of the release candidate of TypeScript 3.6. This release candidate is intended to be fairly close to the full release, and will stabilize for the next few weeks leading up to our official release.

Announcing TypeScript 3.6 Beta

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.6 Beta. This beta is intended to be a feature-complete version of TypeScript 3.6. In the coming weeks we’ll be working on bugs and improving performance and stability for our release candidate,

How to Upgrade to TypeScript without anybody noticing, Part 2

This guide will show you how to fix Typescript compile errors in Javascript project that recently added Typescript support via a tsconfig.json. It assumes that the tsconfig.json is configured according to the description in part 1 of this post, and that you also installed types for some of your dependencies from the @types/* namespace.

How to Upgrade to TypeScript Without Anybody Noticing, Part 1

This guide will show you how to upgrade to TypeScript without anybody noticing. Well, people might notice — what I really mean is that you won’t have to change your build at all. You’ll have the ability to get errors and completions in supported editors and to get errors on the command line from tsc,

Announcing TypeScript 3.5

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.5!
If you’re new to TypeScript, it’s a language that builds on JavaScript that adds optional static types. TypeScript code gets type-checked to avoid common mistakes like typos and accidental coercions, and then gets transformed by a program called the TypeScript compiler.

Announcing TypeScript 3.5 RC

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of our release candidate (RC) of TypeScript 3.5. Our hope is to collect feedback and early issues to ensure our final release is simple to pick up and use right away.
To get started using the RC,

Announcing TypeScript 3.4

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 3.4!
If you haven’t yet used TypeScript, it’s a language that builds on JavaScript that adds optional static types. The TypeScript project provides a compiler that checks your programs based on these types to prevent certain classes of errors,

Announcing TypeScript 3.4 RC

Today we’re happy to announce the availability of our release candidate (RC) of TypeScript 3.4. Our hope is to collect feedback and early issues to ensure our final release is simple to pick up and use right away.
To get started using the RC,