TypeScript for C# Programmers (Steve Fenton)

 
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TypeScript for C# Programmers (Steve Fenton)

This book teaches essential ideas, as well as the similarities and differences between TypeScript and C#, and, is targeted, at.NET programmers.

The syntax is explained in a fast start guide in the first chapter. Deep dives into the type system, memory management, events, and exceptions are covered in the later chapters. - http://www.onlineprogrammingbooks.com/typescript-for-c-programmers/#sthash.tpZqCwCv.dpuf provides more information.

Since NodeJS was introduced in 2009, JavaScript has been able to execute on servers as well due to the open web's growing popularity. The issue is that effective tooling for JavaScript, such as sane auto-completion, refactoring assistance, type-checking, and modularization is difficult to develop because of the dynamic type system.

By offering an optional type system and class-based object orientation, TypeScript, a Microsoft open source language, solves this issue and makes excellent tools for huge applications possible.

You can create JavaScript with TypeScript that is reliable enough for use in businesses and is the cross-browser, host, and operating system compatible.

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