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Should You Move Up from JS to TypeScript and Why is the Answer Probably Yes? - Intermediate

12th July 2017 in London at CodeNode

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Javascript has made a long way. Initially, it was mocked and developers were advised to avoid it as much as possible.

Today things are significantly different - not only is JS standard in web development, but it has broken out of browsers and it's taking over new development frontiers.

TypeScript is taking JS up a notch. It's introducing a bunch of new concepts that JS doesn't have (at least for now).

The main question is: does it pay off to start writing TypeScript? If so, how would TypeScript play with existing JS code?

Join Milos in this talk as heexplores TypeScript features, as well as potential migration paths from JS to TS.

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Should You Move Up from JS to TypeScript and Why is the Answer Probably Yes? - Intermediate

Miloš Bošković

Web developer with more than 5 years of experience. Freelancer for more than 3 years. Loves AngularJs and JavaScript, Node not that much. Deeply believes in "Everything which can be written in JS, will be eventually written in JS" motto.

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Javascript has made a long way. Initially, it was mocked and developers were advised to avoid it as much as possible.

Today things are significantly different - not only is JS standard in web development, but it has broken out of browsers and it's taking over new development frontiers.

TypeScript is taking JS up a notch. It's introducing a bunch of new concepts that JS doesn't have (at least for now).

The main question is: does it pay off to start writing TypeScript? If so, how would TypeScript play with existing JS code?

Join Milos in this talk as heexplores TypeScript features, as well as potential migration paths from JS to TS.

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Should You Move Up from JS to TypeScript and Why is the Answer Probably Yes? - Intermediate

Miloš Bošković

Web developer with more than 5 years of experience. Freelancer for more than 3 years. Loves AngularJs and JavaScript, Node not that much. Deeply believes in "Everything which can be written in JS, will be eventually written in JS" motto.

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