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Online TypeScript Compiler

An Online TypeScript Compiler is a web-based tool that allows users to write, compile, and run TypeScript programs directly in a web browser. It provides a convenient and accessible way to experiment with the TypeScript programming language without the need for any local development environment setup.

How to Use Online TypeScript Compiler?

To use an Online TypeScript Compiler, follow these steps:

  1. Open the in a web browser.
  2. Select TypeScript in the dropdown located at top right corner.
  3. Enter your TypeScript code into the editor.
  4. You can also give input to your program by using input window.
  5. Click on the "Run" button to compile and execute your code.
  6. The output of your program will be displayed on the output panel.
  7. You can also share your TypeScript Program in the form of short link by clicking on "Share Code" button just above the editor.

About the TypeScript Language

TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that adds static typing and other features to the language. It was developed by Microsoft and provides optional static typing, classes, interfaces, and modules, among other features. TypeScript code is transpiled into plain JavaScript, making it compatible with all JavaScript environments.

If you are new to TypeScript and want to learn more about it, you can refer to the following resources:

For more detailed information and official documentation on the TypeScript programming language, you can visit the official TypeScript documentation.