Mastering TypeScript 4th Ed (Packt)
Wednesday, 12 May 2021

Using code samples designed to be fast-paced but easy-to-follow this updated edition is designed to get readers up and running with Typescript quickly. Nathan Rozentals introduces core concepts, then builds on this foundation to apply more advanced language features. The book also covers a variety of modern JavaScript and TypeScript frameworks and compares their respective strengths and weaknesses, including Angular, React, Vue, RxJs, Express and  NodeJS.

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Author: Nathan Rozentals
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: April 2021
Pages: 538
ISBN: 978-1800564732
Print: 1800564732
Kindle: B091D7P533
Audience: Developers wanting to learn TypeScript
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

 

  • Gain insights into core and advanced TypeScript language features
  • Integrate with existing JavaScript libraries and third-party frameworks
  • Build full working applications using JavaScript frameworks, such as Angular, React, Vue, and more
  • Create test suites for your application with Jest and Selenium
  • Apply industry-standard design patterns to build modular code
  • Develop web server solutions using NodeJS and Express
  • Design and implement serverless API solutions
  • Explore micro front-end technologies and techniques 

 

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