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Isomorphic Go by Kamesh Balasubramanian

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The JavaScript typeof operator functionality

The JavaScript typeof operator is used to return the type of a given operand. For example, let's consider the following JavaScript code:

typeof 108 === "number"

This expression will evaluate to the Boolean value of true. On a similar note, now consider this JavaScript code:

typeof "JavaScript" === "string"

This expression will also evaluate to the Boolean value of true.

So you might be wondering, how can we make use of the JavaScript typeof operator using Go? The answer is, we will need the jsbuiltin package, the GopherJS bindings for built-in JavaScript functionality, which includes the typeof operator.

In this example, we will make use of JavaScript's typeof operator using the jsbuiltin package. ...

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