TypeScript 2 – full speed ahead!

by DotNetNerd 1. May 2017 10:30

I have been happy working with TypeScript for quite a while now, and I am happy to say that things are moving ahead with the language quite well. It is not that long ago that TypeScript version 2.0 was realeased, and with steady releases we are now at version 2.3.

One of the big things that came to TypeScript in version 2.0 was discriminated union types and the option to do strict null checks, which combine quite nicely. Discriminated unions are simply done using the pipe operator, and the compiler will do strict null checks if you use the --strictNullChecks switch. More...

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