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By dotCore
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Published: Nov 28 2012 / 10:06

JavaScript is very close to C# so the only thing I dislike about it, is that it doesn’t compile. it just throws errors at run-time. Using TypeScript, I can write JavaScript in an environment that provides compile-time validation. You can download and install the TypeScript plug-in for Visual Studio 2012 from here: http://www.typescriptlang.org/#Download. You also need the Web Essentials 2012 plug-in that will automatically compile the TypeScript files into .js files.
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