TypeScript - Overview
What is TypeScript?
Features of TypeScript
TypeScript and ECMAScript
The ECMAScript specification is a standardized specification of a scripting language. There are six editions of ECMA-262 published. Version 6 of the standard is codenamed "Harmony". TypeScript is aligned with the ECMAScript6 specification.
Why Use TypeScript?
The benefits of TypeScript include −
TypeScript supports Object Oriented Programming concepts like classes, interfaces, inheritance, etc.
Components of TypeScript
At its heart, TypeScript has the following three components −
Language − It comprises of the syntax, keywords, and type annotations.
The TypeScript Language Service − The "Language Service" exposes an additional layer around the core compiler pipeline that are editor-like applications. The language service supports the common set of a typical editor operations like statement completions, signature help, code formatting and outlining, colorization, etc.