TypeScript 3.8 has arrived two days after the planned release date. It adds some new features including support for ECMAScript private fields, which are currently in the third stage of development, type-only imports and exports, and top-level await. Minor breaking changes have been added in the final release as well.
The newest version of TypeScript arrived on November 5, 2019. It includes new tooling features, optional chaining, nullish coalescing, assertion functions, and much more. TypeScript is on the up and up, according to the spring Technology Radar report, when it moseyed on up to the ‘adopt’ sector. See what’s new in the open source programming language.
The general release for TypeScript version 3.6 is here! This update includes some new features, breaking changes, and a well-needed refresh for the TypeScript playground. Check out the new features, including stricter generators, more accurate array spreads, better Unicode support for identifiers, improved UX for Promises, and more.
Another update for TypeScript arrives. As the TypeScript team prepares for the full release of v3.6, users can now download the fully-featured beta release and see what the new additions include. This update includes several breaking changes, improved Promises API, stricter generators, and more accurate array spreads.
The latest release candidate for TypeScript is now available: TypeScript 3.5 RC. This release fixes a previous problem in TypeScript 3.4 regarding speed regressions. It also introduces some new improvements, optimizations, and features, including the Omit helper type.
TypeScript 3.4 is live and it brings some important updates and interesting new features including the new flag called –incremental, higher order type inference and many more. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.
RedMonk’s biannual report -for the first quarter of 2019- on the state of the most popular programming languages is here. The RedMonk team also presents a neat chart that includes all the language movements from 2012 till Q1 2019. Let’s have a look.
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