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Announcing TypeScript 2.8
Announcing TypeScript 2.8
TypeScript 2.8 is here and brings a few features that we think you'll love unconditionally! If you're not familiar with TypeScript, it's a language that adds optional static types to JavaScript. Those static types help make guarantees about your code to avoid typos and other silly errors. They can also help provide nice things like code ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.8 RC
Announcing TypeScript 2.8 RC
Today we're excited to announce and get some early feedback with TypeScript 2.8's Release Candidate. To get started with the RC, you can access it through NuGet, or use npm with the following command: You can also get editor support by Let's jump into some highlights that are available in our RC! Conditional ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.7
Announcing TypeScript 2.7
Today we're proud to announce the release of TypeScript 2.7! If you're not familiar with TypeScript, it's a language that brings optional static types to JavaScript by building on JavaScript itself. Running TypeScript code through its compiler emits clean readable JavaScript that runs on any browser, and can also make bleeding-edge ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.7 RC
Announcing TypeScript 2.7 RC
Today we're publishing the Release Candidate of TypeScript 2.7. To get started with the RC, you can access it through NuGet, or use npm with the following command: Visual Studio 2015 users (who have Update 3) can install TypeScript 2.7 RC from here, and Visual Studio 2017 users using version 15.2 or later will be able to get TypeScript ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.6
Announcing TypeScript 2.6
TypeScript 2.6 is here in time for Halloween, but have no fear! We've got some great treats for you in this release. If you haven't heard of TypeScript, it's a language that builds on top of the most up-to-date versions of JavaScript by adding optional static types. These types don't just help catch things like typos and logic errors; they ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.6 RC
Announcing TypeScript 2.6 RC
TypeScript 2.6 RC is now available! To get started with the latest stable version of TypeScript, you can grab it through NuGet, or use the following command with npm: Visual Studio 2015 users (who have Update 3) can install TypeScript 2.6 RC from here, and Visual Studio 2017 users using version 15.2 or later will be able to get TypeScript...
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TypeScript Turns 5
TypeScript Turns 5
This past weekend marked 5 full years since we released TypeScript publicly! Just half a decade ago, we announced our project with the ambitious goal of "getting JavaScript development to scale." At the time, it was clear to us that JavaScript's usage was growing, but with that, so were many of the pain points as codebases would grow. ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.5
Announcing TypeScript 2.5
Today we're happy to bring you TypeScript 2.5! If you've read our RC announcement, we've got a few new items that we're proud to highlight! If you're not familiar with TypeScript, it's a typed superset of JavaScript. More simply put, it's just JavaScript with optional static types. Static types can make it easier to maintain your code by ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.5 RC
Announcing TypeScript 2.5 RC
Announcing TypeScript 2.5 RC Today we're happy to announce our RC of TypeScript 2.5. To get started with the latest stable version of TypeScript, you can grab it through NuGet, or use the following command with npm: Visual Studio 2015 users (who have Update 3) can install TypeScript 2.5 RC from here, and Visual Studio 2017 users using ...
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Announcing TypeScript 2.4
Announcing TypeScript 2.4
Today we're excited to announce the release of TypeScript 2.4! If you haven't yet heard of TypeScript, it's a superset of JavaScript that brings static types and powerful tooling to JavaScript. These static types are entirely optional and get erased away - you can gradually introduce them to your existing JavaScript code, and get around to ...
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