Understanding ES5, ES2015 and TypeScript

Posted by: JohnPapa.net, on 20 Mar 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

What is the difference between ES5, ES2015 (formerly known as ES6), and TypeScript? Which should we learn and use? First, let’s create a foundation for our discussion for each of these. TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript. ES2015 is the evolution of ES5. This relationship makes it easier...

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