TypeScript 3.7 adds long-awaited optional chaining feature
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 latest release has now been announced. Introducing TypeScript 3.7. Two of the biggest additions with this update include optional chaining and a nullish coalescing operator.
Newcomers can test out the language in the playground and see how it all works. This time around, the playground also received a few updates, including a quick fix feature, dark and high-contrast mode, and the ability to import other packages.