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Kenny Song

TypeScript, as its name suggests, is a typed superset of JavaScript, which means that all JavaScript code is valid in TypeScript – making it very easy to get started. In addition, TypeScript has several language features including static typing, most ES6 syntax, and object-oriented programming constructs. It is a compiled language, which means you’ll have to transpile it to JavaScript before it can be run, but the benefits are well worth it. Many [...]