Stepping up to TypeScript: Fundamentals
$19.99 Track price
This is a very high quality, fundamentals first, fast paced course that you are sure to enjoy with an expansive amount of free content and community resources.
We look forward to having you join us in this TypeScript revolution.
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8 reviews for Stepping up to TypeScript: Fundamentals
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Ashley Sarratt –
This course is so easy to understand! The teacher is very articulate and I definitely learned a lot.
Joseph Murphy –
Lecture 4 and 5 went too fast and had much much more complicated info than the earlier lectures.
Bartosz Dziamski –
Feels a bit rushed pace wise. For most of the time, I am following. But it takes a lot of energy due to the fact that the code on the screen changes faster than I can track along with lector.
bd db –
Very quick and good introduction how to work (and start working) with TypeScript. As the author said experience in programming is a must have 🙂
JeRon Davis –
I believe that this is a really great starter tutorial on typescript. However, I do feel that building one small project leaving feeling like I have no much takeaway. I rated this course high due to the fact that the instructor’s presentation shows him to be an expert and he walked through the process of building, compiling and execution of source code (typescript) via WebStorm IDE; my tool of choice.
Gilang Ahmad Ramadan –
This is a good course for beginning to learn TS, and also helpful
Name Name –
First of all I want to thank you, Oren, for this course, but there are a lot of things that should be improved. Course videos are too fast, I had to pause it almost every time, to understand what are you doing and what happens. No real world examples in this course. I gained very small output from this course.
Angel Ar mbula –
Overall I liked the course it was short and covered most of the important stuff. What I did not like is to sit through 5 or 6 minutes of linked lists to just export and import a module, I would have liked a more comprehensive final example.