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TypeScript: Modern JavaScript Development

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TypeScript: Modern JavaScript Development

Autor: Remo H. Jansen, Vilic Vane, Ivo Gabe de Wolff
Broj strana: 841
ISBN broj: 9781787289086
Godina izdanja: 2016.

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What You Will Learn

  • Understand the key TypeScript language features and runtime
  • Install and configure the necessary tools in order to start developing an application
  • Create object-oriented code that adheres to the SOLID principles
  • Develop robust applications with testing (Mocha, Chai, and SinonJS)
  • Apply GoF patterns in an application with a testing approach
  • Identify the challenges when developing an application
  • Migrate JavaScript codebases to TypeScript to improve your workflow
  • Utilize System.JS and Webpack to load scripts and their dependencies
  • Develop high performance server-side applications to run within Node.js

Book Description

TypeScript is an open source and cross-platform typed superset of JavaScript that compiles to plain JavaScript that runs in any browser or any host. TypeScript adds optional static types, classes, and modules to JavaScript, to enable great tooling and better structuring of large JavaScript applications. Through this three-module learning path, you’ll learn the ins-and-outs of TypeScript for building more robust software.

The first module gets you started with TypeScript and helps you understand the basics of TypeScript and automation tools. Get a detailed description of function, generics, callbacks, and promises, and discover the object-oriented features and memory management functionality of TypeScript.

The next module starts by explaining the current challenges when designing and developing an application and how you can solve these challenges by applying the correct design pattern and best practices. You will be introduced to low-level programming concepts to help you write TypeScript code, as well as working with software architecture, best practices, and design aspects.

The final module will help you build a complete single page app with Angular 2, create a neat mobile app using NativeScript, and even build a Pac Man game with TypeScript. As if the fun wasn't enough, you'll also find out how to migrate your legacy codebase from JavaScript to TypeScript.

By the end of this Learning Path, you will be able to take your skills up a notch and develop full-fledged web applications using the latest features of the TypeScript.

This Learning Path combines some of the best that Packt has to offer in one complete, curated package. It includes content from the following Packt products:


Remo H. Jansen

Remo H. Jansen is a web development engineer, open source contributor, entrepreneur, technology lover, gamer, and Internet enthusiast.

He is originally from Seville, Spain, but currently lives in Dublin, Ireland, where he has a full-time job in the financial services industry. Remo has been working on large-scale JavaScript applications for the last few years, from flight booking engines to investment and portfolio management solutions.

Remo is an active member of the TypeScript community. He is the organizer of the Dublin TypeScript meet-up and the creator of InversifyJS (an inversion of control container for TypeScript applications. He also writes a blog about TypeScript and other web technologies at

Remo has previously worked on two books published by Packt Publishing as technical reviewer of Mastering TypeScript, Nathan Rozentals and as the author of Learning TypeScript.

If you wish to contact him, you can do so at

Vilic Vane

Vilic Vane is a JavaScript engineer with over 8 years of experience in web development. He started following the TypeScript project since it went public, and he’s also a contributor of the project. He is now working at Ruff, a startup company building an IoT platform that runs JavaScript on embedded devices.

Ivo Gabe de Wolff

Ivo Gabe de Wolff has been a freelance developer under the name of ivogabe since 2012 and he is studying mathematics and computing sciences at Utrecht University. When he was eleven, he started programming in Game Maker. Currently, he uses TypeScript on a daily basis. Recently, he has used TypeScript in lots of different environments, including mobile apps, servers, and command-line tools. Now he mainly specializes in NodeJS programming.

Furthermore, he is the author of various open source projects, including gulp-typescript. You can find his projects on If you want to read more about TypeScript, JavaScript, gulp, or Functional Programming, you can take a look at his blog at

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introducing TypeScript
Chapter 2: Automating Your Development Workflow
Chapter 3: Working with Functions
Chapter 4: Object-Oriented Programming with TypeScript
Chapter 5: Runtime
Chapter 6: Application Performance
Chapter 7: Application Testing
Chapter 8: Decorators
Chapter 9: Application Architecture
Chapter 10: Putting Everything Together
Chapter 11: Tools and Frameworks
Chapter 12: The Challenge of Increasing Complexity
Chapter 13: Creational Design Patterns
Chapter 14: Structural Design Patterns
Chapter 15: Behavioral Design Patterns
Chapter 16: Behavioral Design Patterns: Continuous
Chapter 17: Patterns and Architectures in JavaScript and TypeScript
Chapter 18: SOLID Principles
Chapter 19: The Road to Enterprise Application
Chapter 20: TypeScript 2.0 Fundamentals
Chapter 21: A Weather Forecast Widget with Angular 2
Chapter 22: Note-Taking App with a Server
Chapter 23: Real-Time Chat
Chapter 24: Native QR Scanner App
Chapter 25: Advanced Programming in TypeScript
Chapter 26: Spreadsheet Applications with Functional Programming
Chapter 27: Pac Man in HTML5
Chapter 28: Playing Tic-Tac-Toe against an AI
Chapter 29: Migrate JavaScript to TypeScript



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