TypeScript

TypeScript 1.4 sneak peek: union types, type guards, and more
TypeScript 1.4 sneak peek: union types, type guards, and more
With TypeScript 1.3 out the door, we're focused on adding more type system and ECMAScript 6 features to TypeScript. Let's take a quick look at some of the new features you'll be able to use in the next release of TypeScript. All these features are live in the master branch on our GitHub repository if you'd like to check them out yourself today...
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Announcing TypeScript 1.3
Announcing TypeScript 1.3
We’re happy to announce the availability of TypeScript 1.3. TypeScript 1.3 includes two new features in the language and a new language service for Visual Studio 2015 that is built on the .NET Compiler Platform (“Roslyn”), Visual Studio's new language service that provides rich Intellisense. Roslyn makes it much easier ...
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TypeScript and the Road to 2.0
TypeScript and the Road to 2.0
When we released TypeScript 1.0 earlier this year, we focused on putting out a language that would help developers really scale their JavaScript projects.  It’s been quite a ride watching what people have done with it, including Mozilla Shumway at 170,000 lines, Walmart stationery, and the rich Microsoft Azure experience, which is ...
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Announcing TypeScript 1.1 CTP
Announcing TypeScript 1.1 CTP
Today, we’re making TypeScript 1.1 CTP immediately available for Visual Studio “14” CTP4, Visual Studio 2013, npm, and as a source release.  1.1 CTP is the first release of TypeScript to include the new compiler core redesigned to both perform better and lay the groundwork for future language features.  You can...
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New Compiler and Moving to GitHub
New Compiler and Moving to GitHub
Today we’re announcing two changes to the TypeScript project.Introducing the New CompilerThe first change we’re making to TypeScript is that we’ve been taking a good, hard look at the compiler performance we had with 1.0.  We knew we could leverage the experience from building the original compiler over the last two ...
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Announcing TypeScript 1.0.1
Announcing TypeScript 1.0.1
Today, we’re announcing the release of TypeScript 1.0.1. This release addresses user-reported issues around stability, performance, and Visual Studio 2012 compatibility. The upgrade is available as part of the Visual Studio 2013 Update 2, a Visual Studio 2012 power tool, npm package, and as source. We’re also announcing the ...
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Announcing TypeScript 1.0
Announcing TypeScript 1.0
TypeScript 1.0 Today, we're happy to announce TypeScript 1.0. First, we want to give a big "thank you!" to everyone who has helped us over the last year and a half to meet this goal. Together, we've grown a language, tools, and a community around creating large-scale JavaScript applications. To help grow this community further, we're ...
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Announcing TypeScript 1.0RC
Announcing TypeScript 1.0RC
We’re happy to mark another significant milestone for the TypeScript project with the release of the 1.0 Release Candidate.  Since the first release in October of 2012, the TypeScript language has grown to support generics, which enables rich typing of JavaScript libraries.  Last December, the release focused on better ...
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Announcing TypeScript 0.9.5
Announcing TypeScript 0.9.5
Today, we're happy to announce the release of TypeScript 0.9.5.  This release focuses on addressing feedback from the community around quality and stability.  In this release, we've fixed over 100 issues related to memory leaks, CPU usage, crashes, and compiler correctness.  This has helped the TypeScript experience for ...
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TypeScript and the Road to 1.0
TypeScript and the Road to 1.0
With TypeScript, we have focused on bridging the wildly popular JavaScript language with types for easy error detection, while bringing forward features from the future version of JavaScript in a way that’s compatible with modern browsers.  We’re now focused on getting to TypeScript 1.0, and in this post we’ll give an ...
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