Stepping up to TypeScript: Fundamentals
What you'll learn
- Be able to more readily engage in TypeScript projects.
- Edit and compile your own TypeScript code.
- You should have at least some beginner programming experience.
- Later in the course you will need access to a TypeScript compatible editor. Preferrably: WebStorm or VS Code. But there are a long list of editors that have TypeScript plug-ins (Sublime Text) for example. Although recent versions of Visual Studio also have TypeScript compatibilty, it's preferred to use a more light-weight editor for this course.
This is a very high quality, fundamentals first, fast paced course that you are sure to enjoy with an expansive amount of free content and community resources.
We look forward to having you join us in this TypeScript revolution.
Who this course is for:
- You should take this course if you are excited about modern web development..
- You should take this course if you are familiar with typed languages (Java, C#, etc) but are transitioning to web development.
- You should take this course if you are familiar with NodeJS and want to advance your capabilities.
- You should take this course if you are new to TypeScript and will be developing for an application framework like AngularJS 2, or maybe you're interested in using TypeScript for another framework like React.
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