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Angular Development with TypeScript, Second EditionĀ  – ISBN-13: 978-1617295348

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Summary

Angular Development with TypeScript, Second Edition is an intermediate-level tutorial that introduces Angular and TypeScript to developers comfortable with building web applications using other frameworks and tools.

Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.

About the Technology

Whether you’re building lightweight web clients or full-featured SPAs, Angular is a clear choice. The Angular framework is fast, efficient, and widely adopted. Add the benefits of developing in the statically typed, fully integrated TypeScript language, and you get a programming experience other JavaScript frameworks just can’t match.

About the Book

Angular Development with TypeScript, Second Edition teaches you how to build web applications with Angular and TypeScript. Written in an accessible, lively style, this illuminating guide covers core concerns like state management, data, forms, and server communication as you build a full-featured online auction app. You’ll get the skills you need to write type-aware classes, interfaces, and generics with TypeScript, and discover time-saving best practices to use in your own work.

What’s inside

  • Code samples for Angular 5, 6, and 7
  • Dependency injection
  • Reactive programming
  • The Angular Forms API

About the Reader

Written for intermediate web developers familiar with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

About the Author

Yakov Fain and Anton Moiseev are experienced trainers and web application developers. They have coauthored several books on software development.

Table of Contents

  1. Introducing Angular
  2. The main artifacts of an Angular app
  3. Router basics
  4. Router advanced
  5. Dependency injection in Angular
  6. Reactive programming in Angular
  7. Laying out pages with Flex Layout
  8. Implementing component communications
  9. Change detection and component lifecycle
  10. Introducing the Forms API
  11. Validating forms
  12. Interacting with servers using HTTP
  13. Interacting with servers using the WebSocket protocol
  14. Testing Angular applications
  15. Maintaining app state with ngrx

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B086KV16SG ISBN-13: 978-1484257371

See: Modern Full-Stack Development: Using TypeScript, React, Node.js, Webpack, and DockerĀ 1st ed. Edition

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TypeScript Programming Language Invented by Microsoft and Anders Hejlsberg – 2012 AD

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TypeScript Programming Language

TypeScript is a programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft. It is a strict syntactical superset of JavaScript and adds optional static typing to the language. TypeScript is designed for development of large applications and transcompiles to JavaScript.[4] As TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, existing JavaScript programs are also valid TypeScript programs.

TypeScript may be used to develop JavaScript applications for both client-side and server-side execution (as with Node.js or Deno). There are multiple options available for transcompilation. Either the default TypeScript Checker can be used,[5] or the Babel compiler can be invoked to convert TypeScript to JavaScript.

TypeScript supports definition files that can contain type information of existing JavaScript libraries, much like C++ header files can describe the structure of existing object files. This enables other programs to use the values defined in the files as if they were statically typed TypeScript entities. There are third-party header files for popular libraries such as jQueryMongoDB, and D3.js. TypeScript headers for the Node.js basic modules are also available, allowing development of Node.js programs within TypeScript.[6]

The TypeScript compiler is itself written in TypeScript and compiled to JavaScript. It is licensed under the Apache License 2.0. TypeScript is included as a first-class programming language in Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Update 2 and later, beside C# and other Microsoft languages.[7] An official extension allows Visual Studio 2012 to support TypeScript as well.[8] Anders Hejlsberg, lead architect of C# and creator of Delphi and Turbo Pascal, has worked on the development of TypeScript.[9][10][11][12]

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