- Etsy’s Journey to TypeScript
- TypeScript: Stop Using 'any', There's a Type For That
- TypeScript tips and Tricks with Matt
- Designing the ultimate TypeScript query builder
- Typescipt is terrible for library developers
Special guest and TypeScript guru Matt Pocock joins the stream to teach you the ways of the TypeScript ninja.
Preface In 2023, Typescript is rarely questioned as an important tool for modern...
We spend a disproportionate amount of time on types
A round up of the new features in the latest version of TypeScript
In this article, we will develop and publish an NPM package from scratch using TypeScript and Jest for testing.
Chances are you’ve worked with the any type in TypeScript. It’s widely overused, and subtly dangerous. Let’s explore why you should avoid it, and when you might truly need to use it.
We set out to build the a full-featured TypeScript query builder with static type inference. This post discusses our API design process and implementation.
I know people make all kinds of stuff with but that's all black magic to me. Time to...
In this article, we look at some of the more advanced features of TypeScript, like union types, conditional types, template literal types, and generics. We want to formalize the most dynamic…
TypeScript has gained a lot of popularity since the Angular 2 project decided to adopt it and write all their documentation examples in…
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