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The Complete TypeScript Programming Guide for Web Developers
A lot of people became acquainted with TypeScript because of Angular 2, but many stayed with TypeScript even after Angular 2. Although, it received recognition as a brilliant language because of its use in Angular 2 (you need to learn TypeScript to code in Angular 2), these days it’s become an independent language that is being used across the industry.
The best part of TypeScript? It’s amazing compiler! TypeScript offers static type-checking that checks for errors during compile time, so that you do not come across errors during testing or post compilation, making it easier and faster to spot errors and fix them before testing your app.
You will learn how to use the power of object-oriented programming to make classes for defining objects, rather than ES5 prototype based object interfaces. The course will also include integrating ES2015 including arrow functions, block level scoping (using let and const instead of var), destructing arrays and objects. That’s not all, in addition to learning the theory behind TypeScript, you will learn how to create a complete project from the ground up. You will design a ToDos App using TypeScript and Webpack.
Here’s a summary of everything you will learn in this course:
A detailed introduction to TypeScript, including what it is, its features and how to set up the environment
Different types that can be used - strings, booleans, arrays, tuples, and enoms
Advanced features of TypeScript, including interface and generics
How to integrate ES2015 and make use of its features such as arrow functions and template literals
Using Classes and Objects within TypeScript – inheritance, modifiers, adding interfaces to classes, etc.
Creating a hands-on project using TypeScript and Webpack, where you will learn how to set up the environment, automate typescript compiling, adding todo classes with interface, static typing, block scoping with let and const, and even local storage implementation for persisting data
So, do you want to become a talented TypeScript expert? What are you waiting for? Let’s get started.