TypeScript Beginners: Here Are The 5 Areas You Must Master. Before we go any further, let's address the Type in TypeScript. When you need a little more flexibility. Together, with some help from our favourite heroes and villains in the Marvel Universe let’s look at the 5 key areas to master.
Together, with some help from our favourite heroes and villains in the Marvel Universe let’s look at the 5 key areas to master
TypeScript is popular.
A recent survey carried out by Stack Overflow places TypeScript as the second most loved language after Rust. That's up 8 places on the 2019 rating.
What's more, you’re our in good company if you are using it. TypeScript is at the moment used by Microsoft, Asana, Lyft, Slack, all Angular 2+ developers, many React & Vue.js developers, and thousands of other companies, so it has been and continues to be battle-tested.
I’m a believer in the 80/20 rule and think a case can be made that having a great understanding of 20% of the language can allow you to solve 80% of the daily problems you come across.
Together, with some help from our favourite heroes and villains in the Marvel Universe let's look at the 5 key areas to master that make up that 20%.
Who else loves to write side-effects-free functions? I think we, as programmers, all do. Today, in this story, I will walk you through the basic principles of functional programming that will make your coding life easier.
Formatting code consistently is a pain, especially when working on a team. The beauty of modern-day web development is that the tooling has gotten so much better! In this article, we will look at setting up Prettier to automatically format your code in Visual Studio Code.