This Typescript Resource Handbook Below
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What is the best way to get started in this dive?
First, to get started with Typescript, get started RIGHT. Too many people want to build something amazing in Typescript on day one, and as fun, as that seems, it's not going to help you in the long run. Slow and steady, starting with the basics--that's the way to go.
So, yes, your first steps should be to learn the basics of Typescript. What does that mean? It means you should learn about objects, strings, arrays, and all of the other building blocks of Typescript. Take the time to understand the basics of Typescript. It will keep you from making beginner mistakes later, and will also help you learn frameworks faster when you are ready! And if you already have a base, double-check to make sure you really know the basics before trying to move to more advanced subjects.
So it's now time to put together a solid study plan and schedule, using the many resources we have assembled for you on the pages to come.
So to get started, we recommend that your very first step should be to apply/login
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