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Description from extension meta

In browser TypeScript compiler and console

Image from store TypeScript-Console
Description from store TS-Console is an extension for developers wanting to test their TypeScript code directly in the browser without having to compile after each and every change. The extension also gives you the ability to write and execute code directly in the browser via a dedicated TypeScript console. Note: Do not use TypeScript directly in the browser when in production, this will result in much slower code. And even worse, users that don't have the extension won't be able to use your web-app properly. Rather compile your code to JavaScript using the TypeScript Compiler.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-01-13) Alessandro Aprile: confirm that does not work. Author suggest to try another tab, but in this case, you get an error "NewTabs are not supported. In order to use this extension please navigate to any website or local file" so it is not even considered to work in an empty tab. Strange that the author himself does not know.
  • (2019-10-20) dylan stillwood: As far as I can tell, this extension doesn't actually do anything. Type any statement in the TS Console, in any tab, and it immediately disappears, with no output anywhere.
  • (2019-08-27) avalanche156: Doesn't work with Chrome 75. doesn't react event to `console.log(123)`
  • (2019-06-25) Moishe Schwartz: I love this extension, I use it everyday, it makes my life much easier. Thanks.
  • (2019-05-17) yadong liu: Can't use the typescript
  • (2019-04-12) F P: Doesn't work. Tried the following example & nothing happened. let foo: string foo = "bar" console.log(foo)


759 history
2.3 (9 votes)
Last update / version
2020-03-16 / 0.4
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