Tooling improvements for TypeScript support in Azure Functions
Updated: February 25, 2019
Visual Studio Code and the Azure Functions Core Tools now allow developers to specify they are using TypeScript and will provide templates to get started on top of a base code already prepared, expediting development. We have also released a set of npm scripts which will abstract some Functions Core Tools commands (func commands), so any TypeScript developer can treat Functions projects as if it was any regular node.js project and work with them on a familiar paradigm.
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