In this issue, I am going to cover the reasons why I have published content for over a month and what to expect next from All Things Typescript and me.
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In this week's mid-week scoop, I explain to developers where to look for types when consuming third-party libraries in Typescript.
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We all love Typescript because it brings some sanity when working with Javascript. We define our intention (type annotation), and Typescript checks the…
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In this issue, we talk about function overloading and how to do function overloading to create types for complex functions, without compromising type…
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Taking a look at how Typescript compares functions to check whether one function type is assignable to another function Type.
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Good afternoon; I hope you had a fantastic week. Earlier this week, I announced I am separating the hand-curated section of my newsletter to a dedicated…
In this issue of All Things Typescript, we are going to explore Structural Typing in Typescript and it's benefits.
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Are you using Typescript strict Compiler Option?I have a question for you, have you enabled the strict flag in your TS Config Compiler Option? If not, why and would you consider enabling it in…
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One question I get frequently asked by fellow developers learning Typescript is the difference between Type and Interfaces.
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A tuple type is an array with a predefined length and predefined types in each index position in the array. The types inside this array do not have to…
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Mid-week Scoop: Understanding Excess Property Checking in TypescriptExcess property checking is when Typescript checks your object to ensure that it doesn’t contain any extra properties on top of what is defined …
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Type Safety is essential in Typescript, and one thing that compromises Type Safety is the any type. This is because the any type is the broadest type…
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