We can’t be Web Developers in 2023 without knowing TypeScript.

Few technologies in the last few years had the impact that TypeScript had over JavaScript and Web Developers in general.

Its best feature in my opinion is adding types and allowing the tools you work with to enforce those types, and help you write better code.

You are likely required to use it in a future project, or at your next job.

TypeScript knowledge will definitely help you get a job too, so let’s just dive into it.

Lessons in this unit:

0: ▶︎ Introduction
1: Your first TypeScript program
2: Types
3: Typing functions
4: The editor helps you with type errors
5: Running TypeScript code
6: Valid types
7: Type aliases and interfaces
8: Union types
9: Typing arrays with generics
10: The DX of editing TypeScript
11: There's more...
12: tsconfig.json COMING SOON
13: Installing types COMING SOON
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