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TypeScript is JavaScript with syntax for types
TypeScript is a programming language that is a super set of JavaScript, which means that any valid JavaScript code is also valid TypeScript code.  TypeScript was first released in 2012 by Microsoft and since then it has gained a lot of popularity among developers.

One of the main features of TypeScript is its optional static typing. This means that developers can define the data types of variables and function parameters, which can help catch errors early on in the development process and make the code more maintainable. TypeScript also includes features like class and interface definitions, which are similar to those found in other object-oriented languages like Java or C#.

An advantage of using TypeScript is its support for ECMAScript (ES) features like async/await and destructuring, which makes it possible to write modern JavaScript code with the added benefits of static typing and other features. TypeScript also has a growing ecosystem of libraries and frameworks, including Angular and React.
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Contact Digital Humanity for TypeScript web development services. We are a team of expert developers with a deep understanding of TypeScript and its capabilities. We can help you take advantage of the language's static typing and other features to create robust, maintainable code. We also have experience with popular frameworks and libraries that are built with TypeScript, such as Angular and React, which can help you quickly build a high-performance web application.

At Digital Humanity, we understand the importance of scalability and maintainability in web development, and can help ensure that your application can handle the demands of a growing user base. We also prioritize security and can help you protect your application from potential threats.

We take a tailored, structured approach to each project, working closely with you to understand your specific needs and pain points to create a solution just for you. Contact us today to discuss your project and see how we can help bring your ideas to life using TypeScript.
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