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Installing TypeScript is simple and can be done in several ways, including using npm (Node Package Manager) or by installing it globally on your computer. If you’re using npm, you can install TypeScript by running the following command in your terminal:
npm install -g typescript
Once you’ve installed TypeScript, you can use the TypeScript compiler,
tsc command can be run from the command line, and it requires you to specify the TypeScript file or files that you want to compile. For example, if you have a TypeScript file called
index.ts, you can compile it by running the following command in your terminal:
In conclusion, installing TypeScript and running the TypeScript compiler,
tsc, is a simple and straightforward process. By using TypeScript and the
tsc compiler, you’ll be able to write more robust and scalable code that takes advantage of the advanced features and syntax of TypeScript.
TypeScript for Coders – Chapter 20 : TypeScript installing typescript and running the typescript compiler tsc
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