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  • Title: TypeScript in 50 Lessons
  • Author(s) Stefan Baumgartner
  • Publisher: Smashing Media AG (November 17, 2020)
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  • eBook: PDF and Kindle
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: B08NT8VM5M
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Book Description

This book 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.

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