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Stefan Baumgartner is a software architect based in Austria. He has published online since the late 1990s, writing for Manning, Smashing Magazine, and A List Apart. He organizes ScriptConf, TSConf:EU, and DevOne in Linz, and co-hosts the German-language Working Draft podcast.

TypeScript in 50 Lessons

In TypeScript in 50 Lessons , Stefan Baumgartner breaks down the quirks of TypeScript into short, manageable lessons . You’ll make sense of TypeScript concepts, tooling for TypeScript and how to get most out of it without learning a new language. Everything TypeScript explained, from start to finish. Jump to table of contents.

Written for seasoned and not-so-seasoned developers who know enough JavaScript to be dangerous, or want to dive deeper into TypeScript. With code walkthroughs , hands-on examples and common gotchas, that’s a book you might want to keep close.

You’ll learn:

  • TypeScript concepts , and how to make sense of them all.
  • TypeScript tooling , needed to use the language effectively.
  • How to get most out of TypeScript without learning a new language.
  • Structural type systems, their semantics, and why they matter.
  • Low-maintenance types and how to write types once, and let them grow automatically as code evolves.
  • How to bend the type system to make it fit the needs of your projects.
  • TypeScript culture and how the language is evolving.

464 pages . High quality hardcover + eBook (PDF, ePUB, Kindle). Written by Stefan Baumgartner. Designed by Rob Draper. Shipping now.

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TypeScript in 50 Lessons (eBook)

In TypeScript in 50 Lessons , Stefan Baumgartner breaks down the quirks of TypeScript into short, manageable lessons . You’ll make sense of TypeScript concepts, tooling for TypeScript and how to get most out of it without learning a new language. Everything TypeScript explained, from start to finish.

Written for seasoned and not-so-seasoned developers who know enough JavaScript to be dangerous, or want to dive deeper into TypeScript. With code walkthroughs , hands-on examples and common gotchas, that’s a book you might want to keep close.

You’ll learn:

  • TypeScript concepts , and how to make sense of them all.
  • TypeScript tooling , needed to use the language effectively.
  • How to get most out of TypeScript without learning a new language.
  • Structural type systems, their semantics, and why they matter.
  • Low-maintenance types and how to write types once, and let them grow automatically as code evolves.
  • How to bend the type system to make it fit the needs of your projects.
  • TypeScript culture and how the language is evolving.

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