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While our previous release included TypeScript, which provides you with incredible validation of syntax errors in your code, this release took code checking to a whole other level by adding TSLint. TSLint is an extensible linter for TypeScript and complements TypeScript by checking your code’s readability, maintainability, and functionality errors.

TSLint can catch a number of potential problems—from style issues like whitespace and indentation, to functionality issues like duplicate variables, unused expressions or variables used before they are declared.

Other fixes you might like:

Angular 2

  • False negatives in Model validation when used in Angular templates have been corrected.
  • Content assist for Angular 2 code has been made more robust and reliable.
  • Content assist for the NG CLI in Terminal+ has been fixed for recent versions of the CLI.

TypeScript

  • Additional TypeScript 2.0 directives are now supported.
  • Linking problems between the Outline and TypeScript source has been fixed, allowing for smooth code navigation.
  • Miscellaneous errors when hovering over TypeScript source have been resolved.
  • When sharing TypeScript snippets with our Slack integration, the right MIME Type is now used.

More details of this release in our delivery log!

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