We are living in an age of technology. Wherever you see, you will find gadgets that make your life easy, but sometimes they destroy it too, depends on how you use them. Internet is the thing that makes our daily life less miserable.
The Internet has the solution to most of the problems that an ordinary person faces in everyday life. You can get a doctor’s appointment or get a degree by just studying online and whatnot.
But have you ever thought about how all these web pages work, how they are made, and what is used in making them?
Some features of TypeScript are:
- TypeScript is strongly typed and comes with optional static typing.
- It supports object-oriented programming like classes, inheritance, etc.
History of TypeScript
Microsoft introduced TypeScript in October 2012. It took Microsoft 2 years of internal development under the Apache 2 license before it was released. A TypeScript is an open-source, object-oriented programming language.
To compile a TypeScript file, a separate compiler is needed. The browser is unable to process TypeScript, and so it is not run directly on the browser. The TypeScript source file has a .ts file extension. In April 2019 latest version of TypeScript was launched.
- TypeScript has very nice tooling support with IntelliSense, which provides hints as the code is written.
- TypeScript does not support abstract classes.
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