TypeScript for Node.js Developers

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TypeScript for Node.js Developers

Link to course: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/typescript-for-node-js-developers

As your development needs grow with your enterprise, you need better tools and syntax when working with Node.js. This is where using TypeScript with Node.js can be a perfect next step. TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that offers optional static type checking. As well as support for the latest JavaScript features. In this course, Emmanuel Henri helps Node.js developers quickly get up to speed with TypeScript as he steps through how to best leverage this popular language in Node.js applications. To begin, he shows how to set up TypeScript and familiarizes you with its file conventions. He then discusses how to use types in Node.js. While leveraging TypeScript tools to organize your application, and use iterators and decorators. To wrap up, he shares resources that can help you further explore all that TypeScript has to offer.

TypeScript for Node.js Developers

Manny Henri
Manny Henri
Emmanuel Henri grew up in Chambly, a city in the tail of Quebec (Canada) near Montreal. He’s an established technologist with 25 years of experience in the world of programming and design, and also published 125 courses on several platforms such as Linkedin Learning, Pluralsight and O’reilly. Since his teens, he always had a knack for storytelling, especially monster-driven tales, and has compiled a boatload of Sci-Fi, Fantasy and horror ideas he’s thrilled to put into words. To keep his head sane and healthy, especially after his close call with cancer in 2020 (now in remission), he’s pledged his body to a strict diet and rigorous exercise plan. He’s currently working on his novel "Ashes" and editing “From the mist” and several short-stories, such as “The Agency”.
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