Microsoft announces TypeScript 3.0 with a new scalable way to structure your projects

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Microsoft today announced the release of TypeScript 3.0 with several improvements. TypeScript is an extension of JavaScript that aims to bring static types to modern JavaScript and it is one of the fastest growing programming language in the market. The TypeScript compiler emits clean readable JavaScript with constructs transformed and removed.

The new TypeScript 3.0 release comes with several improvements and few breaking changes. First of all, it comes with a new flexible and scalable way to structure your projects. TypeScript 3.0 comes with support for operating on parameter lists by now allowing rest parameters to be generic, and inferring those generics as tuple types. There are several other improvements like better error experience, new types to enforce explicit checks, better JSX support, and more. Learn more about these changes in detail from the source link below.

Source: Microsoft

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