Microsoft execs have gone public with the next few planned milestones toward version 1.0 — minus any mentions of concrete target dates.
The TypeScript team delivered TypeScript 0.9.1.1 as part of the Visual Studio 2013 Release Candidate. However, "(g)iven TypeScript’s continued evolution toward 1.0, we’ve decided to keep TypeScript as a separate download in Visual Studio, while continuing to make it easily available for all Visual Studio users," according to today's blog post about TypeScript.
Developers can install the latest TypeScript version using the “Install the Latest TypeScript for Visual Studio” link provided in the new project templates, which will keep them in sync with additional TypeScript drops as it evolves to 1.0.
So what's next from the TypeScript team? A 0.9.5 release is up next, whcih will "resolv(e) user-reported issues." Once 0.9.5 is out, Microsoft expects to release the 1.0 TypeScript spec candidate, which will detail the complete TypeScript 1.0 language.
After that, the team plans to release a near-final TypeScript 1.0 Release Candidate, which will fix remaining reliability issues and complete the compiler alignment with the language spec. At some point after that, Microsoft will deliver the 1.0 TypeScript release.