Recently I looked into TypeScript. I had been working on a project that was growing rapidly. The downside was that the project was breaking continuously. We needed a way to fix it. TypeScript seemed like a good idea but we had our reservations.
Turns out TypeScript was the perfect solution for us. It strengthened our code base and reduced the number of bugs we introduced.
As both a .NET developer and a Linux enthusiast, I jumped when I learned that Microsoft was releasing the coreclr tool chain. However it turns out that using it with Arch Linux is not as simple as one would hope. I made this guide to help people setup the basic tools in order to develop using the latest .NET framework on Arch Linux.
This post is now outdated. You can just install .NET core directly from the AUR and it will work fine. I am keeping this post up in case it will help someone troubleshoot problems.