I was going to write a blog post on typescript but then I thought, “why?” I had to try it. I’ve been writing with it for over a year now.
I am really glad that I tried typescript. It’s a fantastic language. It is also a little intimidating because I don’t really understand it. It’s not very easy to pick a good file name, because you can’t really go to the file system and change the name of the file. One of the reasons I’ve never been able to get into typescript was because I just didn’t know where to begin.
Typescript is a static class. It was designed to have a uniform interface for all classes. But, it also has some things that are specific to typescript. For example, the.ts is a file extension, and any file with that extension can be called with any name. You can even give the file a name that is not typed.
This is why I’m not just posting the source code of the class. I’m also publishing all the code to the source code repository.
This is a static class. The idea is that all the different classes of a project can be compiled and then linked together, creating a single unit of code that can be used by any other class. In addition, we are also publishing all the source code to the source code repository.
Static classes are a great way to add a more compact way to access your class. But what exactly do they do? Well they are actually a way to create a class that is in a more “static” state. This means it changes slowly and doesn’t get copied around over time (i.e. you can’t change it).
A static class is essentially an inlined copy of all the methods in another class. This is typically a better way to access methods than having them on top of the whole class, but it can result in less compact code if you have a lot of methods. Static classes are great for encapsulating a static method and also being able to control when this class is loaded.