Microsoft Provide Modularization to JavaScript Development

Typically found in more advanced programing languages such as Java and C++, Microsoft has improved JavaScript by adding several advanced development capabilities to provide JavaScript developers with the tools they need to create more robust and complex applications. Dubbed the JavaScript Superset TypeScript, these new competences offers static typing, classes and modularization. Read the full story here.



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