In this section, we will delve further and see how to work with Interfaces using TypeScript. Below, I have created a very simple and straightforward interface and class. Here, class Implements the interface.
In this section, we are going to look creation and implementation of classes in TypeScript. TypeScript provides built in support for class. I have already discussed in the last post, if you are coming from the background C# or Java, then you must be familiar with class. Basically, a class is container whose role is to contain code means making a reusable stuff, such that same can be used time and again.
In this section, we will continue from the last segment and delve further in TypeScript. In this section, we will look how to use interfaces with TypeScript. If you are coming from system’s language background say C# or JAVA, you must be knowing different OOPs terminology and Interfaces are one of the key concepts for enforcing constraints on implementing classes. Let us go ahead and jump at demos.
Now, if I hover on the same, it will show the type any.
In this section, we will continue from the last place and explore more into TypeScript. Here, we will be starting with basics of TypeScript, means very much around the syntax areas. Let us look at few samples around the same.
Now, if I hover on the x variable, it will show of type number as shown below.
This is the continuation from the last segment. In this case, we will first gets started with Visual Studio Tooling support for Typescript. In order to download the same, you need to download from http://www.typescriptlang.org/#Download. Once you open the page, you will see the download options as shown below.