Generally, most scripts are written in Script Editor documents. Scripts can also be written in Xcode, but this is typically for scripts that require advanced user interfaces.
Launch Script Editor in
If the script isn’t configured for the correct language, choose the language in the navigation bar.
If you always use the same language, set it as the default language in the General pane of Script Editor preferences. See General Preferences.
Write your script code in the editing area. Newly written code is uncompiled and formatted as new text. Calendar app for mac os.
Click the Compile button () to compile the script and check for syntax errors.
If a syntax error occurs, an alert is displayed.
If the script compiles, code formatting is applied at this time.
You can change the formatting attributes, such as font and color, of uncompiled and compiled text in the Formatting pane of Script Editor preferences. See Formatting Preferences.-->
From the New File dialog, select Web > Empty JS file or Web > TypeScript file. Give it a name and then choose New:
Type inference – The type of an object is figured out by the surrounding code context. For more information, see Visual Studio's section on IntelliSense based on type inference.
JSDoc – There are times when type inference doesn't provide the correct type information. In these cases, the type information can be provided explicitly by JSDoc annotations. For more information, see Visual Studio's section on IntelliSense based on JSDoc
TypeScript declaration files –