TypeScript was released in 2014 and is becoming more commonly used every day in the development world. It is not brand new, but not quite a staple yet. A lot of developers already know it well, and are able to develop all kinds of applications with it. On the other hand, many developers who do […]
TypeScript was released in 2014 and is becoming more commonly used every day in the development world. It is not brand new, but not quite a staple yet. A lot of developers already know it well, and are able to develop all kinds of applications with it.
In truth, TypeScript is simple. As a developer with any amount of experience with an object-oriented language, you should not be hesitant to learn TypeScript. In fact, you probably already know much more than you think you do.
And it’s equivalent in TypeScript:
If you are looking for somewhere to learn more, Pluralsight is a great place to start learning the language. There are also plenty of small tutorials to get a good grasp of TypeScript right away. The sooner you jump in to it, the sooner you’ll stop seeing TypeScript as a new confusing language and start seeing it as a simple language with which you can build any application.
Stay tuned for these blogs and more from ng-conf 2017 by the ExcellaJS team:
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