TypeScript Tutorial

JavaScript is considered a programming lingua franca of the modern world. Primarily, it was dedicated to elementary browser document operations. Now, it underpins complex client- and server-side applications. Maybe due to its intricate evolution or maybe due to architectural decisions JavaScript does not feature a strong typing solution for its values. TypeScript began its life as a Microsoft endeavor to address that issue but it became a powerful system of static (i.e. pre-runtime) checking of JavaScript code from typing and other perspectives and even enhancing it with some runtime elements such as enums.

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