If you’re not familiar with TypeScript, no worries, these upgrades are optional, and you can continue using these SDKs the same way you always have. But, if you’re familiar with TypeScript, you can take advantage of the strong typing and error-checking available in the TypeScript environment.
New Cloud Script Typings
Programming in our Cloud Script has always been a bit of trial and error. Our new CloudScript typings reduce the barrier for entry and help you produce useful bug-free code faster. Our Cloud Script example is the same code we use internally to test our SDKs before publishing. It’s small, but it’s live code that’s in use.
Updated Example Projects
Our NodeSdk already contained a complete testing project. We’ve updated this project to fully utilize the new TypeScript features.
Major Revision Number Updated
New TypeScript definitions is a significant upgrade, so we are updating the major revision number for this release. Both SDKs will be released as 1.0.
Our GitHub repository locations are unchanged, and can be seen here:
The Cloud Script repository has existed for a while, but this is the first time we are announcing it for public use: