Mohamed Hegazy. Microsoft/TypeScript. 2016-09-23.
Daniel Rosenwasser. TypeScript. 2016-09-22.
Michael Domingo. Visual Studio Magazine. 2016-09-07.
This TypeScript 2.0 release candidate shows off a few new features, such as tagged unions and support for more literal types, and flexes itself beyond excludes in the config file with support for globs and includes. Bonus: It’s “stable enough for general use,” says Microsoft.
Daniel Rosenwasser. TypeScript Blog. 2016-08-30
TypeScript 2.0 is almost out, and today we’re happy to show just how close we are with our release candidate! If you haven’t used TypeScript yet, check out the intro tutorial on our website to get started.
Peter Vogel. Visual Studio Magazine. 2016-08-30.
Shamim Uddin. CodeProject. 2016-09-02.
In this article We will learn about TypeScript.
Peter Vogel. Visual Studio Magazine. 2016-02-22
When classes are more structure than you need, tuples let you specify simple type-safe aggregates of other data types. They’ll also let you create a dictionary collection…but it won’t be type-safe.
Peter Vogel. Visual Studio Magazine. 2016-01-27
TypeScript doesn’t have the rich set of native collection classes that you’re used to in the .NET Framework — instead, it has just arrays and tuples. Fortunately, you can do quite a lot with them.
Peter Vogel. Visual Studio Magazine. 2016-07-25
If you’ve used attributes in your C# or Visual Basic programs, then decorators in TypeScript are going to look very familiar to you. They’re still in development, but here’s a look both at how to use them and how to write them.
Freyja Spaven (DZone/Web Dev Zone), 2016-06-29