Now, Microsoft is here with the release of TypeScript 2.0. It can be downloaded for visual Studio 2015 Update 3, used with Visual Studio Code, installed via NPM, or accessed by NuGet.
Since its initial release, Redmond has delivered many improvements in form of point releases. This development continues with TypeScript 2.0. It ensures better JS tools and libraries support and brings it close to EMCAScript spec alignment.
One of the biggest features coming to TypeScript is the control over null values. These are used to denote a variable that holds no value. With a new option enabled in TypeScript 2.0, variables by default will have a value and can’t be set to null.
Find the latest download links here on TypeScript website.
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