TypeScript Tutorials - For Beginners & Advanced Developers

Microsoft's TypeScript is an open source superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output.

So far, we have published 7 TypeScript tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 441660 (Four Hundred Forty One Thousand Six Hundred Sixty) developers and architects.

Abstract: Dive into the latest features of TypeScript 5.0 and 5.1 in this detailed tutorial. Explore the enhancements, understand the changes, and learn how to leverage them in your projects. This tutorial is perfect for developers looking to stay up-to-date with TypeScript's evolution.
Abstract: TypeScript is the evolution of JavaScript and its language services are far superior to any other JavaScript tool in existence today. Generics are a fantastic way to demonstrate this powerful advancement for JavaScript development. In this tutorial, we'll focus on generics in TypeScript.
Abstract: Target UMD, globals and ES6 platforms simultaneously using a single TypeScript library and a simple Node.js script
Abstract: A TypeScript Quick Start tutorial for beginners to get you started with Constructs, Classes, Interfaces, Functions, Decorators, Modules, Transpilation and much more.
Abstract: The new features in TypeScript 1.4 and 1.5 is bringing it closer to the ES6 and ES7 specifications. This article explores what's new in TypeScript 1.4 and 1.5
Abstract: This article shows how to build Single Page Applications (SPA) using AngularJS and TypeScript and aims at providing a good understanding on implementing Angular components using TypeScript. You will create a sample video based training application which consumes its data using ASP.NET Web API
Abstract: We take a look at how to use TypeScript’s definitions for KnockoutJS to build a small ASP.NET MVC application. Along the way we explore the TypeScript language and gauge how it can be potentially used for build ASP.NET MVC applications that lean on the client side JS Libraries for richness and interactivity

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