We’re happy to announce the 0.8.2 preview release of TypeScript. This release has been focused on addressing key usability feedback and filling in tooling experiences. Along the way, we’ve also incorporated some of the highest-rated feature requests and bugfixes.
We’ve recently branched for the upcoming 0.8.2 release of TypeScript. Before we talk about what’s new, we wanted to talk a bit about the engineering process that goes into making a release.
Going forward, TypeScript development will happen across three types of branches.
Since releasing TypeScript 0.8.1 a few weeks ago, we have heard a few reports of issues blocking the usage of source-map based debugging. To address these, today, we’ve made available TypeScript 0.8.1.1, a bugfix release of 0.8.1. This preview focuses on further refining the debugging experience and addressing rough edges in our initial support for source maps in Visual Studio.
Congratulations to Fuse Labs on releasing the new version of Socl! Fuse Labs was an early supporter of TypeScript, and they played a key role in helping to shape TypeScript into a language for web development at scale.
Announcing TypeScript 0.8.1
We released the first public preview of TypeScript last month, and have been excited to see the great reaction from the developer community. Since the preview, we’ve seen an influx of suggestions and bug reports,
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,
Today we’re happy to announce the availability of our release candidate (RC) of TypeScript 3.3. 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,
Today we’re announcing TypeScript 3.2 RC, the release candidate of our next version of TypeScript.
To get started using the RC, you can get it through NuGet, or use npm with the following command:
npm install -g typescript@rc
You can also get editor support for TypeScript 3.2 by:
Today we’re happy to announce the availability of the release candidate (RC) of TypeScript 3.1. Our intent with the RC is to gather any and all feedback so that we can ensure our final release is as pleasant as possible.If you’d like to give it a shot now,
Today we’re excited to announce something special for Babel users.Over a year ago, we set out to find what the biggest difficulties users were running into with TypeScript, and we found that a common theme among Babel users was that trying to get TypeScript set up was just too hard.