TypeScript 3.0 Quick Start Guide
We start by setting up the environment and learning about the build tools that support TypeScript. Then we look at scoping of a variable, and the difference between a undefined variable and a null variable. You will then see the difference between an object, an Object, an object literal, and an object built with a constructor, crucial concepts in understanding TypeScript.
By the end of the book, you will have worked with everything you need to develop stunning applications using TypeScript.
|Course Length||4 hours 44 minutes|
|Date Of Publication||29 Aug 2018|
|Comparing at runtime and design time with typeof|
|Differentiating undefined from null|
|Getting the type of element in a union|
|The limitations of instanceof|
|Using of a discriminator for type identification|
|The user-defined guard pattern|
|The reason to cast a type|
|What is a type assertion?|
|Narrowing type for function with a union in signatures|