Getting started with TypeScript

There’s a saying that TypeScript(TS) will be the future of JavaScript, it seems these days all the big three – Angular, React and Vue – had adapted TypeScript.  Here’s a good article in regards to the technical aspects that Angular uses TS as their main language. TS weighted more since then, so it’s good time to start learning it and implementing in TS. Therefore I’ve got this TS course completed.

Typescript Fundamentals

Typescript Fundamentals course is designed in such a way that anyone with Zero knowledge in Typescript can start and become much comfortable in typescript in less than 3 hours of this course.

In this course we will discuss some of the most important building blocks like

  • Introduction and installation of typescript
  • Understand the basic building blocks like variables, arrays and Enums
  • Understand the power of interfaces
  • Work with classes and generics
  • Understand what namespaces are and how they are becoming obsolete
  • Understand module loaders
  • Work with type definitions and understand different type definition providers

At the end of this course, you will be familiar with all building blocks of typescript which are used in developing many different languages and tools like AngularJS, Protractor etc


Certificates of completion via Udemy from my .NET reviews

I’ve done some reviews lately on Udemy for web developments especially .NET based technologies in order to strengthen my .NET part and had got three .NET related certificates including the following:


In this course you will learn how to build a RESTful WCF Service in an ASP.NET web application. You will use Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition, which is completely free. Whether you are new to WCF services or already have built a SOAP service and need to convert it to a REST service doesn’t matter, you will build your new service from the ground up. What you already should have is a little experience in C#. Having some knowledge in JQuery and building web applications in general might help, but is not a must.

By the end of this course, you will be able to build the REST WCF Service by yourself, make GET & POST HTTP Requests with JQuery & AJAX and use your own custom classes with your new web service.

ASP.Net MVC Quick Start

This course is a very quick workshop to take you through the basic actions that will be required for you to create an awesome CRUD web application in just a few hours (you could do it over a weekend very easily) using ASP.Net MVC, the Entity Framework (code-first development approach), and the built-in scaffolding capabilities of ASP.Net MVC.

MVC = Model, View, Controller, and is a well-known and established design pattern. Microsoft has made it extremely easy and convenient to create your web solutions using this pattern. In Microsoft’s MVC framework, we find that convention is favored over configuration, so as long as we follow a few simple guidelines, the system will do a lot of the work for us.

We’ll also be taking a quick look at how we can use the Entity Framework to easily model and create a database for us. By using the code-first approach, we’ll simply create our models and then look at writing a DBContext to store the models. We’ll also create an initializer class which will see our database for us, so that we can quickly and easily test our system.

C# Intermediate: Classes, Interfaces and OOP

Whether you want to use C# to build web apps, mobile apps, desktop apps or games, understanding C# classes, interfaces and principles of object-oriented programming is crucial.

This course is the second part of Mosh’s best-selling C# series and is all about classes, interfaces and object-oriented programming. In essence, you’ll learn:

  • How to work with classes, constructors, fields, properties, methods and indexers

  • How to use encapsulation to reduce the impact of change

  • How to improve the robustness of your code

  • How to re-use code using inheritance and composition

  • Why composition is better than inheritance

  • How to build extensible applications using polymorphism

  • How to develop loosely-coupled, extensible and testable applications using interfaces