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Programming TypeScript: Making Your JavaScript Applications Scale

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Any programmer working with a dynamically typed language will tell you how hard it is to scale to more lines of code and more engineers. That’s why Facebook, Google, and Microsoft invented gradual static type layers for their dynamically typed JavaScript and Python code. This practical book shows you how one such type layer, TypeScript, is unique among them: it makes progr

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Kindle Edition, 324 pages
Published April 25th 2019 by O'Reilly Media
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Juriy
Jul 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Quite an extensive dive into TypeScript. Helped me fill in a few gaps, especially the advanced types section.

I expected more info on React (and possibly Redux) with examples of typing out HOC's, defaultProps, reducers, etc. but I can see how the author wanted to focus more on general topics and only briefly mention popular libraries.

I was also surprised to not see so much as a single mention of Flow.js and how it compares to TypeScript (especially since Boris, being at FB, surely is very much f
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sung kim
Aug 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I haven't had this much fun reading a language book in awhile.

One of the best books on TypeScript and also serves as a great reference.

Highly recommend it to anyone starting with TypeScript.
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