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TypeScript is like JavaScript which supports numerical values as Number objects. The numbers in typescript are used as both integers as well as floating-point values.… Read More
We use JSON objects to store and transport data between a server and a client application, or locally in a node project. In Typescript, there… Read More
Some times we want some facility that we have been used in our previous projects, in that situation we can’t rewrite that script again we… Read More
Both the methods Type and the Interface are used to describe the structure of the objects in TypeScript. But holds some specific features that will… Read More
TypeScript 3.8 supports the private keyword to declare its members private. And the private fields in TypeScript are the ones newly proposed for JavaScript. These… Read More
Unlike JavaScript, TypeScript uses static typing, i.e. it specifies what kind of data the variable will be able to hold. Since TypeScript is a superscript… Read More
Question marks on TypeScript variable are used to mark that variable as an optional variable. If we put the question mark when declaring a variable… Read More
In TypeScript, there are two supported methods getter and setter to access and set the class members. The greater method control over how a member… Read More
In TypeScript, the string is sequence of char values and also considered as an object. It is a type of primitive data type that is… Read More
The TypeScript union has the ability to combine one or two different types of data (i.e., number, string, float, double, etc). It is the most… Read More
The Ambient declarations in Typescript are used to tell the typescript compiler that the actual code exists somewhere else. The third-party library that is written… Read More
As we know array consists of values of homogeneous (same) types but sometimes when we need to store a collection of a different types values… Read More
An array is a user-defined data type. An array is a homogeneous collection of similar types of elements that have a contiguous memory location and… Read More
Class in term of OOPs is a blueprint for creating objects. TypeScript supports object-oriented programming features like classes, Interfaces, Polymorphism, data-binding etc. Object means this… Read More

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