TypeScript 4.5 Begins Improving Promises
TypeScript 4.5 brings several other innovations:
– Added performance regression in mode –build due to calls realpath excessive for JSON files.
– The release version introduces a solution to easily replace a specific built-in library to better support the parameter lib from node_modules.
– To improve speed, a native implementation of the function realpathSync of Node.js is now used on all operating systems. Previously, it was limited to Linux. It has now been adapted to generally case-sensitive operating systems, such as Windows and MacOS.
– Supplements of the type snippet are offered for JSX attributes.
– An ECMAScript proposal to check if an object has a private field is supported. Another ECMAScript proposal, for Import Assertions, is also supported. This syntax is used by runtimes to ensure that an import is in the expected format.
– Better editor support is offered for unresolved types.
– Values with pattern strings can be reduced. Also, pattern strings are recognized as classifiers.
– A new module parameter called es2022, is supported, providing a await high-level, which means that developers can use await apart from asynchronous functions.
– Some removal of tail recursion is done on conditional types.
– Part of TypeScript 4.5 allows a type modifier on named individual imports.
TypeScript 4.5 reached the release stage on November 2. The latest version of the language is fully available since November 17. Developers can install TypeScript 4.5 via NuGet or via NPM: npm install typescript.