Modules are designed to organize code written in TypeScript. Modules are divided roughly :
The internal module includes the old version of Typescript. It is used to group classes, interfaces, and functions into a single unit and can be exported to another module. This logical grouping is called the namespace in the latest version of TypeScript. As a result, the internal module is out of date and you can use namespaces. While still supporting internal modules, it is recommended to use namespaces instead of internal modules.
When externalJS or AMD's external module is defined with TypeScript, each file is treated as a module. As a result, internal modules can be used in external modules.
The syntax for declaring an external module is using keyword ‘export’ and ‘import’.
To use the declared module in other files, use the import keyword, as shown below. For file names, only the specified extension is used.
An example illustrates teh following.
The command to compile the main TypeScript file for AMD system is as follows.
The command to compile the main TypeScript file for Commonjs systems is
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