TypeScript for Beginners
TypeScript Basics for Beginners
Setting up a development environment
Install TypeScript and check it’s version
We compile TypeScript into different EcmaScript Formats
We look at Type Annotations with Primitive types and Unions
We look at Interfaces and Types
We look at Classes
We compile our JaveScript to run both in NodeJS and in the browser
- A Computer that you can install VSCode, Git (Optional) and NodeJS
- A desire to Code, and especially using TypeScript
This is a quick and FREE introductory course on TypeScript.
I will concentrate on just the most common fundamentals of TypeScript that are applicable to almost every TypeScript project that you will create or continue from now and into the future.
The videos in the course are a small section of my larger TypeScript courses that will show enough for you to understand what TypeScript is and how to use it.
This course is only 30 minutes long and has accompanying documentation in the resources along side the videos that you can copy and paste from. Every video continues on from the next, expanding on the TypeScript concepts you have learned so far. You should copy what I do in the videos on your own computer and then experiment with the code and the new concepts you learned after each video.
You should know that TypeScript is actually very easy and doesn’t need to be complicated. It is very useful for writing robust and type safe code and extends your IDE to be a significantly more powerful tool when programming.
This course is about making TypeScript easy so that everybody can do it, and especially for beginners.
- People interested in starting to learn TypeScript
- People who want to know enough about TypeScript for it to be useful