What is TypeScript?
How Does TypeScript Works?
For those confused about the terms ‘transpile’ and what is the difference between Compilation and Transpilation? Well, Compilation is a developer term that means to convert some programming code to an executable machine code that a human cannot read. But when a tool converts some programming code into some other human-readable programming code, we say it has “transpiled the code.”
TypeScript is continuing to grow. Thus, it has a very supportive community to help you out with everything you need at any stage. There is fantastic support for its syntax baked into Microsoft Visual Studio IDE and Visual Studio Code, with packages and plugins for editors like Atom, Sublime Text, and Emacs readily available as well.