- Describes the tooling and community support for TypeScript development
- Discusses how TypeScript can be included in ASP.NET, Windows 8, and node.js application development projects.
What you’ll learn
- Why you should care about TypeScript
- What it does and what it doesn't do
- The current toolset and levels of support
- The new syntax features of TypeScript
- How to build your own TypeScript declaration files
- How to incorporate TypeScript into your projects
Who this book is for
Table of ContentsChapter 1:
What is TypeScript?
Static Typing & Type Inference Tooling
Derived classes using the 'extends' keyword.
Enforcing the Intention of some features.
Typescript vs EcmaScript6
Working with TypeScript
Tools & Resources
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About the Author
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Unless you like not being able to read the end of a line of code when you're trying to learn a new programming language. There is no way to zoom out and see the rest of a given statement either. Do yourself a favor and go buy the real book if you ever want to actually see the whole line of code (this happens constantly throughout the nook version of this book).