Typescript: Zero to Hero

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Description

Learning Path overview

This learning path is a complete guide to building applications using Microsoft’s popular JavasScript superset TypeScript. 

The learning path starts with an overview of TypeScript, and how to get the TypeScript toolset installed. Learners will then cover simple types, looking at arrays and arguments. Learners will then work through TypeScript to look at interfaces, generics, and modules, ending the course by looking at decorators. The learning path is supported by labs, so the learner can practice TypeScript as they work through the learning path.

Intended Audience

This learning path is aimed at all who wish to learn how to use TypeScript.

Prerequisites

It is essential you understand the face of contemporary web development to attend this learning path. You should have a good working knowledge of Javascript.  

Please note: Before attending this class, delegates must have a Microsoft account (signing up for one is free).

Learning Objectives

By the end of the learning path, you will be able to: 

  • Use Simple Types in TypeScript 
  • Use Classes  
  • Create Interfaces  
  • Use Generics  
  • Create Modules  
  • Create Decorators  

Agenda

This learning path contains 8 courses. 


Introduction to TypeScript

  • To become aware of what TypeScript is  
  • Know how to install the TypeScript Toolset

Simple Types

  • To understand what Simple Types are  
  • To know how to use Arrays  
  • To know how to use Tuples  
  • To know how to use Type Assertion

Classes

  • To know how to use Inheritance in TypeScript Classes  
  • To know how to use Access Modifiers  
  • To know how to use Abstracts  
  • To know how to use Structural Typing  

Interfaces

  • To know how to use Function Types  
  • To know how to use Optionals  
  • To know how to use Excess Property Checks  
  • To know how to use Indexable Types  
  • To know how Interfaces work with Classes 
  • To know how to create Extendable Interfaces  

Generics

  • To know how to create Generic Functions  
  • To know how to create Generic Classes  
  • To know how to create Generic Interfaces  

Modules

  • To know how to export from Modules  
  • To know how to import from Modules  
  • To know how to create and bundle Modules  


Decorators

  • To know what simple decorators and decorator factories are  
  • To know how to create Class Decorators 
  • To know how to create Method Decorators  
  • To know how to create Property Decorators  
  • To know how to create Accessor Decorators  

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Learning Path Steps

1courses

We begin with an introduction to what Typescript is.

2courses

This module will introduce you to Simple Types in Typescript. You’ll learn about Arrays, Tuples and Type Assertion, too.

3courses

This module introduces you to Classes and how to use them in TypeScript.

4courses

This module introduces you to Interfaces in TypeScript.

5exam-filled

Knowledge Check: Typescript - Part 1 of 2

6courses

This module looks at Generics in Typescript, and how to create different types of generic Functions, Classes and Interfaces.

7courses

This module looks at how to use Modules in TypeScript, as well as how to import, export and create and bundle modules.

8courses

This module looks at what decorators are and how you can use them in your TypeScript applications.

9courses

This module summarises what you’ve learnt on the TypeScript Learning Path.

10exam-filled

Knowledge Check: Typescript - Part 2 of 2

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