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Complete Web Development In Typescript Beginner To Expert




typescript Online Training


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Both Classroom and Online Classes


Week Days and Week Ends

Duration :

60 Days

typescript What will you learn?

•Learn to build apps with typescript.
•Learn how to use advanced typescript functions.
•Learn To Create typescript Programs The Easy Way
•How to write typescript scripts to automate redundant tasks.
•Learn typescript from Scratch with Demos and Practical examples.
•Learn fundamentals of typescript for Beginners: Practical and hands-on learning
•Learn How to code in typescript in simple and easy way.
•Learn typescript – A super fun way to improve your programming skills
•Learn how to code in typescript. This class is set up for complete beginners!

complete web development in typescript beginner to expert Course Features

•Real-world skills + project portfolio
•Course has been framed by Industry experts
•Doubt clarification in class and after class
•We Provide the Course Certificate of completion
•We Also provide Case studies for Online Training Courses
•Courseware that is curated to meet the global requirements
•Training time :  Week Day / Week End – Any Day Any Time – Students can come and study
•We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real time Experts

Who are eligible for typescript

•.Net Developer, PL SQL developer, UI Designer, Data Analyst, Business Analyst
•DBA, Developers, Programmers, Software Engineers, QA Managers, Product Managers, Development Managers, Mobile Developers, IOS Developers, Android
•java, .net, php, Software Testing, Automation Testing, oracle, sap, msbi, tableau, networking, Linux Administration, storage, full stack developer, devops
•PHP, MySQL JQuery, Application Developer, Net, .Net, Asp, Vb, Visual Basic, Vb Script, ASP.Net MVC, WCF, C#, SQL Server, .NET Framework, JQuery, XML, OOP
•Web Application Developers, Java Developers, DBA LEAD, DBA Manager, Asset Control developer, embedded software engineer, oracle applications technical


•Introduction to TypeScript
•The Course Overview
•CrossPlatform Tooling with Visual Studio Code
•Installing and Configuring Nodejs
•A Brief History of JavaScript
•Understanding JavaScript Types
•Advantages and Disadvantages of JavaScript
•Why TypeScript
•Basic Features in TypeScript
•Advanced TypeScript Features
•Setting Up a Visual Studio Code Application
•Binary Math Refresher
•Implementing a Base Encoder
•Debugging in Visual Studio Code
•Adding an Encoder Interface
•Adding Support for Unicode Using Nodejs
•Adding Another Encoder Implementation
•Choosing the Right Encoder with Options
•Refactoring for Testability
•Applying SOLID Principles
•Installing and Configuring Jasmine
•Writing Specifications in Jasmine
•Running Our Test Suite in Visual Studio Code
•Getting Draggabillyjs
•Setting Up Visual Studio Code
•Converting the Code
•Todo Application Overview
•Converting the ServerSide Code
•Converting the ClientSide Code
•Node Library Overview
•Writing Custom Declaration Files
•Converting the JS
•Test Your Knowledge
•HandsOn Web Development with TypeScript
•Installing TypeScript
•Compiling First TypeScript Program
•Setup IDE and dev Environment
•Making Sense of TypeScript Errors
•Introduction to TypeScript Type System
•Creating JavaScript Application
•Walkthrough TypeScript Types Available
•Rewriting JavaScript App to TypeScript
•Understanding Namespaces
•Using Modules
•Creating a Typescript Application That Leverages Namespaces and Modules
•Using JavaScript Libraries from TypeScript Code
•Using Iterators and Generators for More Concise Codebase
•Leveraging Generics for Parametrization
•Guarding Correctness with Guard Types
•Using Intersections and Unions
•Using Mixins for Adding Behaviour to Existing CodeBase
•Using Decorators for Creating Fluent API
•Loading Optional Modules
•Calling Rest Services from TypeScript
•Design Patterns in TypeScript
•Introduction to SOLID
•The Single Responsibility Principle
•The OpenClosed Principle
•The Liskov Substitution Principle
•The Interface Segregation Principle
•The Dependency Inversion Principle
•Introduction to Design Patterns
•The Singleton Pattern
•The Factory Pattern
•Loose Coupling
•The Object Pool
•Introduction to Dependency Injection
•Creating a Custom Container
•Introduction to Decorators
•Adding Decorators to Our Container
•Introducing InversifyJS
•The Decorator Pattern
•The Adapter Pattern Part
•The Facade Pattern
•The Composite Pattern
•The Strategy Pattern
•The Observer Pattern
•The Command Pattern
•The Template Method
•The State Pattern
•Mastering TypeScript
•Sample Application Overview
•Compiling TypeScript in the Sample Application
•Avoiding the any Type
•Implicit or Explicit Types
•Being Aware of Structural Typing
•Type Composition
•object Type
•Getting Specific with Literal Types
•Mapped Types for Greater Flexibility
•never Type
•Representing Data Objects
•Reducing Mistakes While Being Implicit
•Getting Serious with Strict Null Checks
•Compiler Options for Added Support
•Enforcing Rules and Coding Standards
•Verification with Syntax Tree Navigation
•Introduction Before Moving
•ClassLike PreES Patterns to TypeScript
•ClassLike PreES Patterns to TypeScript Continued
•Static ClassLike Patterns in TypeScript
•Shortening a Class with Parameter Properties
•When to Use Arrow Function Properties
•Assert and Guard
•Making the Most of Type Guarding
•Multiple Function Signatures
•Rest and Spread
•Extending BuiltIn Types
•Code Refactoring
•Making the Most of let and const
•Working with Strings
•Const Enums Versus Enums
•Moving to ES Modules
•Definition Files
•Writing a Definition File
•Static Typing JavaScript Libraries on the Run
•Downloading and Managing Definition Files
•Included Definition Files
•Introduction to Generators
•Improving Performance and Efficiency with Generators
•Easier Asynchronous Code with AsyncAwait
•Harnessing the Power of Decorators
•Advanced Decorators
•Cross-Platform Tooling with Visual Studio Code
•Installing and Configuring Node.js
•Why TypeScript?
•Implementing a Base64 Encoder
•Adding Support for Unicode Using Node.js
•Getting Draggabilly.js
•Converting the Server-Side Code
•Converting the Client-Side Code
•Hands-On Web Development with TypeScript 3
•Using Mixins for Adding Behaviour to Existing Code-Base
•The Open/Closed Principle
•The Adapter Pattern – Part 1
•The Adapter Pattern – Part 2
•Introduction: Before Moving
•Class-Like Pre-ES6 Patterns to TypeScript
•Class-Like Pre-ES6 Patterns to TypeScript (Continued)
•Static Class-Like Patterns in TypeScript
•Extending Built-In Types
•Moving to ES6 Modules
•Easier Asynchronous Code with Async/Await