Final Thesis: Value Types in TypeScript for JValue 

Abstract: Over the past years, TypeScript has increasingly been gaining popularity due to its nature of providing functionalities to ease the development of scalable and robust applications whilst syntactically being a superset of JavaScript. With the growing complexity of data-driven environments, it is essential for programming languages to cope with value types beyond their primitive data types to capture the semantics of intangible data, such as systems of measurement, thus increasing readability and solidity across the codebase. By creating a test-driven framework in TypeScript, this thesis lays out different methods to efficiently implement value types, discusses their benefits as well as drawbacks, and ensures the reliability of the framework by integrating it into an existing data-driven service.

Keywords: Value types, JValue, TypeScript

PDF: Bachelor Thesis

Reference: Mert Baran. Value Types in Typescript for JValue. Bachelor Thesis. Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg: 2021. 

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg