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npm install <library> commands.
TypeScript libraries come with various functionalities depending on their purpose. However, some common functionalities include:
Robust Tooling: TypeScript has powerful tools for navigation, autocompletion, type checking, and refactoring, making it easier for developers to write bug-free codes.
Decorator Support: Certain TypeScript libraries offer decorator support which provides a way to add annotations and a meta-programming syntax for class declarations and members.
Interface Contract: This allows developers to define complex type constraints by specifying the shape that values must adhere to.
All the above functionalities can be easily managed and installed in your projects using npm as the package manager.
While TypeScript libraries offer numerous benefits, developers should be aware of potential pitfalls:
npm Dependencies: Developers must be cautious while dealing with npm packages as they come with their own dependencies. An update in one package might break another. Using npm’s
npm ls command could help inspect the dependency tree and avoid potential issues.