Useful TypeScript resources

A collection of useful resources to help you master TypeScript



  • VS Code

    VS Code is an open-source code editor. You can find information on how to set up TypeScript here. VS Code is a popular editor for TypeScript because Microsoft maintains both VS Code and TypeScript, so it works well with the language; VS Code supports TS without any extra configuration. In fact, VS Code was written using TypeScript!

    A common issue with VS Code and TS is when your editor and project versions are different, which can cause VS Code to display a possibly confusing error message. Instructions on how to handle this error are here


  • Sublime Text

    Sublime Text is a popular code editor with support for most languages through installable plugins. It is free to try, but you will be regularly prompted to buy a license, which currently costs $70 USD.

  • WebStorm

    WebStorm is a fully-featured JavaScript/TypeScript IDE (Integrated Development Environment). It supports TypeScript with no extra configuration and has integrated testing, debugging and code analysis. It is free to try for 30 days, then an annual license costs $129 USD for the first year.