TypeScript is one of the most loved languages of the moment. How can you learn it properly and go beyond basic examples?
By writing a full-stack, complex, real-world application:
Welcome to my course, in which you will learn Typescript and NodeJs by practice. We will not waste much time on presentations or reading the documentation, which you can do yourself, no course needed. Instead we will focus on coding a real, full stack application.
Typescript features covered:
Installation and and setup inside a NodeJs project
Compiler options and how to integrate them
Private, public, protected access modifiers and where to use them
Objects, Interfaces and Classes
Abstract classes and inheritance
Decorators for Classes, Methods and Properties
Other great topics covered in this course:
Coding environment setup - Visual Studio Code
Typescript installation and initial program
Advanced debugging techniques
Strict null checks for an even better code security and robustness
Complex REST application architecture
Writing asynchronous code in Typescript, with modern async/await syntax for great code readability
Handling NodeJs database calls and abstracting the Db access, for easy extend, refactor or replacement
Secure login architecture - credentials and session tokens
API documentation for a NodeJs application
Building an user interface with Typescript using Webpack - integrate them inside HTML with routing
Adapting a NodeJs server for access from the browser - CORS headers setup
Dynamic UI update using decorators
Running the application on the web with AWS EC2 for the NodeJs server and S3 for the UI
This course stands out with many advantages and highlights:
Concise and with deep respect for your time: only learn what you need. Most of the instructor typing is cut, focusing on why we write a certain way the code.
Unitary Typescript course theme - the same NodeJs application, so you don't get bored and get a rewarding sense of completion
Experienced and programming active instructor: a great teacher never looses touch with the industry. This is especially true for software development, where the industry is so dynamic. This helps the instructor stay up to date with the best coding guidelines and present you the challenging parts, not the "hello world"
GitHub Code diffs - for each lecture - this way you can keep up and quickly get an overview of the lecture, in case you missed something
Great visuals - dark background, big font, 1080p resolution
Certificate of completion
The best way to learn is by exercise, so I'll see you in class.
There will be code!