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TypeScript - Typed JavaScript and more

Submitted by Kanagaraj Mayilsamy (@kmkanagaraj) on Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Section: Crisp talk Technical level: Intermediate

Abstract

JavaScript is everywhere now – it’s on the front and back-end of a webapp, and many desktop text editors are powered by JavaScript. As the complexities of your JavaScript applications increases it’s important to keep your code under control before it spirals in to a mess

Outline

TypeScript lets you write JavaScript the way you really want to. TypeScript is a typed superset of JavaScript that compiles to plain JavaScript. By introducing an optional type system, TypeScript tries to bring the benefits of statically typed languages to the dynamic world of JavaScript.

In this talk we will dicuss about,

  • Why Typscript
  • Language introduction & live coding
  • Moudules
  • Build tools & IDEs
  • Demo Application

Requirements

Basic knowledge of JavaScript

Speaker bio

I am Kanagaraj, working as Software Develeoper at Red Hat and an open source enthusiast. Coming from Java ecosystem, i started liking Javascript for its simplicity and powerfulness. I am interested in exploring javascript more and more.

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