Typescript The Complete Developer’s Guide . Master Typescript by learning popular design patterns and building complex projects. Includes React and Express!
Every other course online teaches you the basic syntax and features of Typescript, but only this course will show you how to apply Typescript on real projects, instructing you how to build large, successful projects through example.
Mastering Typescript by reading the documentation alone is challenging. Although you might know what a ‘typed array’ or an ‘interface’ is, the documentation (and other courses!) don’t show you where to use this features, or how to use them effectively. The goal of this course is to help you understand why each feature of Typescript exists, and exactly where to use them.
Typescript The Complete Developer’s Guide  Description
What you’ll learn
Master design patterns for building large applications
Integrate Typescript into React/Redux or Express projects
Understand Composition vs Inheritance, and when to use each
Write reusable code powered by classes and interfaces
Assemble reusable boilerplates for your own Typescript projects
There is just too much content in this course to summarize in a few short words, but here is a partial listing of the different skills you’ll master:
- Master the fundamental features of Typescript by working on real world projects
- We’ll build a custom front-end framework from scratch that you can use in place of React or Angular on your own personal projects
- Comprehend the complex interplay between classes and interfaces, and why these two pieces of Typescript enable you to build incredibly reusable code
- Dive deeper into Typescript with decorators, which we’ll use to build a custom integration between Typescript and Express
- Structure your React and Redux applications more confidently by understanding how to couple them with Typescript
- Skip the documentation for third party libraries by fluently reading type definition files
- Learn just how smart Typescript is by experiencing how deeply it analyzes your code for errors