- Setting up TypeScript
- Tagging union, null, and undefined types
- Mapped types
- Optional type checks
- Constant-named properties
- Type guard inference
Skill Level Advanced
- [Instructor] If you've worked with TypeScript on any of your projects, you know this is a language in constant movement, and when new features are added quickly to the syntax. In this course we'll go over the new features added to the most recent versions of TypeScript. Explain its use or why the new added feature. And in most case, provide examples how to use it. We'll first do a brief overview of the tools required to work with TypeScript. Then start right away on looking at the new features added. Next, we'll look at the most important additions and then go through a final review to round up other syntax improvements.
So if you're ready to push your knowledge of TypeScript towards mastery, open up your favorite editor and let's get started.