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Getting Started With TypeScript ( Superset of JavaScript )

, 7 Oct 2012 CPOL
Introduction of TypeScript with an HTML Application in Visual Studio 2012(TypeScript- JavaScript Development at Application Scale), TypeScript Project/File Templates, Editor Support, Compiling, Difference with JavaScript, Why TypeScript, Features
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