|TypeScript 2.3 Released|
|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Tuesday, 02 May 2017|
According to Daniel Rosenwasser, writing on the MSDN Blog,
Previously, TypeScript didn’t support compiling generators or working with iterators. With TypeScript 2.3, it not only supports both, it also brings support for ECMAScript’s new async generators and async iterators.
The difference between
TypeScript 2.3 adds support for declaring defaults for generic type parameters, which can eliminate a lot of typing. A generic parameter default follows the following rules:
Instead, all you need to do to type-check a file is to add a comment with
To provide optimal developer experience TypeScript 2.3 introduces a new
According to the TypeScript Roadmap, the next release of the language, version 2.4, will include covariant checking for callback parameters, string enums, refactoring support in Language Service API, and better error reporting.
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