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A. FreemanEssential TypeScripthttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-4979-6_6

6. Testing and Debugging TypeScript

Adam Freeman1 
London, UK

In this chapter, I continue the theme of TypeScript development tools started in Chapter 5, which introduced the TypeScript compiler. I show you the different ways that TypeScript code can be debugged, demonstrate the use of TypeScript and the linter, and explain how to set up unit testing for TypeScript code.

Preparing for This Chapter

For this chapter, I continue using the tools project created in Chapter 5. No changes are required for this chapter.


You can download the example project for this chapter—and for all the other chapters in this book—from https://github.com/Apress/essential-typescript ...

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