What is TypeScript

TypeScript serves as the programming language, enhancing JavaScript with extra syntax to seamlessly integrate with your editor. This enables early error detection within your editor, and TypeScript code can be converted to JavaScript, allowing execution in various environments such as browsers, Node.js, Deno, and applications. TypeScript, while comprehending JavaScript, employs type inference to provide robust tooling without requiring additional code.

Logo of the TypeScript

TypeScript Logo

Monaco Editor

We allow users to write TypeScript code through Monaco editor. It is user friendly and has a lot in common to Visual Studio Code Editor. This type of programming 3D geometry is very flexible, but it is also the most complex way to program. We recommend starting with Blockly or Rete editors and then moving to TypeScript when you feel comfortable if you are not an experienced programmer.

If you are thinking of doing a huge project, we advise you to use our NPM packages and set up your own development environment. While theoretically you can have a huge project in this web editor, it is not recommended as it will be hard to maintain and debug. As always, it is up to you to decide what is best for your project.