Microsoft Adds Near-Final TypeScript to Visual Studio 2013 Update 2

Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 will include several new and potentially extremely useful features when the new development tool is released this Spring.  However you can get your hands on them as of today for testing as the preview is available which includes support for TypeScript, updates to web tools, improvements in diagnostics tools, and easier Azure integration for Web projects. Today's updates also includes the release of Team Foundation Server 2013 Update 2 RC which includes additional Git support as well as VS tagging. The CTP2 brings on an important step on the path to 1.0 as Microsoft is also adding TypeScript, their now 3 year old JavaScript like development language. Read the full details of today’s release here.



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