TypeScript

A Deep Dive into TypeScript Array map()

map() method creates a new array with the results of calling a provided function on every element in this array.

What Does JavaScript hasOwnProperty() Method Do?

We are going to explore JavaScript’s hasOwnProperty() method in this article. hasOwnProperty() method checks whether the property on an object belongs to the mentioned...

How to merge two array object based on key values?

Hello everyone, in this article, I want to explain how to merge two array object based on key values.

Microsoft ships Typescript 3.4 with new features

Microsoft has pushed the v3.4 of its JavaScript implementation. TypeScript is emerging as a popular choice among JavaScript developers for building web apps. 

Classes and Interfaces in Typescript

Classes and interfaces are powerful structures that facilitate not just object-oriented programming but also type-checking in Typescript. A class is a blueprint...

Advanced TypeScript Types with Examples

When I began using TypeScript last winter, I have grown from defaulting to using any for all types more complex than a string or number to now feeling...

Some Lesser Known TypeScript Features

In the past few years, TypeScript has become a popular way to write JavaScript apps. The language is immense and can do...
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The Binary Search Algorithm in JavaScript

In this post, I'll compare linear search and binary search algorithms. You'll see pseudocode for each algorithm, along with examples and a...

JavaScript Callbacks, Promises, and Async Functions|Part 2

Introduction In part one of this tutorial, we learned the principles behind asynchronous programming and using callbacks. To review,...

JavaScript Callbacks, Promises, and Async Functions| Part 1

Introduction There is a lot of talk about asynchronous programming, but what exactly is the big deal? The big...

JavaScript Best Practices for Beginners

1. Use === Instead of == JavaScript utilizes two different kinds of equality operators: === | !== and == | != It is considered best practice to...