Issue #99 — June 18, 2019
How to get TypeScript errors and completions in supported editors and on the command line without having to integrate TypeScript into your build.
A quick post today on how to configure ESLint to run on a TypeScript project.
How to modularize your TypeScript projects with paths, packages, and monorepos.
A better TypeScript online playground: all strict options turned on by default, more available compiler options, ability to switch TypeScript version, shorter sharing URLs, and more.
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