With everything we've seen so far, we can build and deploy large applications. Now, we are going to take a look at the few remaining options that we haven't covered yet. Some are just informative, while others can help you and your team write better TypeScript code. As with most command line utilities, the TypeScript compiler comes with a help parameter that will output all of the compiler's options. To view all of these options, use the
--help parameters or simply run the compiler with no parameters at all. There is also a version parameter that outputs the current version of the TypeScript compiler that is installed. This is viewed using either the
--version parameters. As you can see from the following screenshot, this book was written immediately following the initial release of TypeScript as a completed language.
Since the language is open source, expect improvements to be made and new versions to be available.
Now that we've covered the options that we'll...