TS interface


Using tools such as vscode to trace the source, we often encounter the xxx.d.ts file. Basically, if we understand it in most cases, we will know the correct opening posture of the current JS library.

New type of TS


If there is no declared type in TS, the default is any type

let a: number = 1
A ='Hello '// error

let a: any = 1
a = 'Hello' // OK


The idea of enumeration is the same as Java enumeration, and is the same as iota in golang

enum Gender {
    Male = 'Male',
    Female = 'Female'

let gender: Gender = Gender.Male
gender = Gender.Female
console.log(gender) // 'Female'
gender =  Gender.Woman  //Error report


In TS, interface generally refers to the description of variables, such as attributes

interface Human {
    readonly name: string
let jack: Human = {
    name: 'Jack'
jack.name  ='Ivan' // error: name is read-only

Another example is optional attributesage, computable propertiespropName

interface Human {
    gender: string,
    age?: number

interface Rect {
    height: number;
    width: number;
    [propName: string]: number

Function interface

This kind of operation is similar to the function members of golang structure

interface Fn {
    (a: number, b: number): number;

let add: Fn = function(a: number, b: number): number {
    return a + b
console.log(add(1, 2))

This interface is equivalent to an anonymous function, which only declares the function prototype signature (input and output parameters)

Extension interface

An explicit interface inheritance is implemented

interface Animal {
    move(): void;

interface Human extends Animal {
    name: string;
    age: number;

let jack: Human = {
    age: 18,
    name: 'Jack',
    move() {

Type Asserts

Type compatibility in typescript is based on structure subtypes. Type conversions can be preceded by the generic notation < > as follows

var a:int=<int>someNumberAsString;


In TS, internal module is called namespace, and external module is called module
Multi file usageReference tags (statements that start with three backslashes)To tell the compiler about the association between files

/// <reference path="Validation.ts" />
namespace Validation {
    const lettersRegexp = /^[A-Za-z]+$/;
    export class LettersOnlyValidator implements StringValidator {
        isAcceptable(s: string) {
            return lettersRegexp.test(s);

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