Dear fellow coders, I’m happy to announce that TypeScript in Plain Language has been released on Amazon. This book of exercises introduces basic TypeScript syntax and assists you on understanding more complex literature as found in print or on the web. Like all my other books, its purpose is to empower the reader by providing a solid starting point to TypeScript syntax and language semantics.
I sincerely hope it makes a difference and helps you out!
Tony de Araujo
AngularJS was not even mentioned on the project but I figured it was time to demonstrate a way to implement AngularJS since it is the most popular implementation wanted right now.
Here it is: JSPLAIN
This book can be used as a reference if you need a detailed explanation on how a certain method works.
Get it today and start learning. You don’t need to own a Kindle. You’ll be able to read it on anyone of your computers by downloading the free Kindle app.
Google has come up with a modern solution: AngularJS
AngularJS is a way to make your HTML more dynamic and it is easy to implement.
Take a look at my sample here:
Have fun testing it!
“People that learn quickly only focus on the information and skills that matter – excuses don’t matter, and they are thought viruses.” – Kevin Horsley
“No time? Time is always there; you just need to schedule it.”
Here’s a cool way to test your knowledge on Math.random, ceil, floor and round: