This Typescript Resource Handbook Below
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- Find learning materials that teach the basics of Typescript.
- Start creating small projects or applications by following tutorials.
- Familiarize yourself with syntax as well as major classes and packages.
- Make sure to practice with every concept you learn. The more practice you do, the easier it’ll be to recall the concept. Plus, practice makes perfect!
- Create a study plan that you can follow consistently each week. A little each week is better than trying to do a whole lot every day, and then failing and giving up.
- Visit our “resources” section for Typescript and review each of the “beginner” resources.
- By the intermediate stage, you need to start understanding not just how to use classes but how they work. Looking into concepts like Object-Oriented Programming will help you better understand the language as a whole.
- Begin to design apps and projects without using tutorials, build Node.js processes and use Typescript in a full-stack development context.
- Know how to use Features and Types, ES6 Features, Classes, Modules, Interfaces, and much more.
- Learn to use documentation to understand different functions and libraries in Typescript.
- Visit our “resources” section for Typescript and review each of the “intermediate” resources.
- By this stage, you should be very familiar with if not a master of documentation.
- Start focusing on optimization and performance. The goal is not just to code something to functionality but also to code it in the most efficient way possible.
- Start working on even bigger projects. Collaborate with others if possible!
- Visit our “resources” section for Typescript and review each of the “advanced” resources.
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