What this book covers

Chapter 1, Advanced TypeScript Features, introduces us to features of TypeScript that we may not have encountered before, such as using Union and Intersection types, creating our own type declarations, and using Decorators to enable aspect-oriented programming, among other features. With this chapter, we are going to get familiar with a variety of TypeScript techniques that we will use on a daily basis as professional coders.

Chapter 2, Creating a Markdown Editor with TypeScript, is where we write our first practical project – a simple Markdown editor. We are going to create a simple parser that we are going to hook up, inside a web page, to a text block and use it to identify when the user has typed in a Markdown tag ...

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