All Things Typescript Newsletter - Issue #10
Good morning and I hope you had a great and restful weekend. This is the 10th issue of my newsletter - All Things Typescript, and as always, I have put together top articles and tweets from the last week related to Typescript, which I hope you will enjoy.
I spent the weekend hacking around with TSQuery as I am building a tool to automate migration from AWS CDK V1 to V2, and it was fun, so hopefully, I will have some interesting lessons and tips for you next week.
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I hope you enjoy this issue and have a great week, and let’s keep on learning.
Top Articles from Last Week
How To Add Custom Types to the Window With TypeScript | by Jesse Langford | May, 2022 | Better Programming
A few weeks ago, I was tasked with integrating a third-party module with one of our applications. It was an application that needed to be loaded via a script tag in our HTML, similar to how you would…
On Sunday, March 6, we migrated we converted more than 3.7 million lines of code with a single pull request. The next day, hundreds of engineers came in to start writing TypeScript for their projects.
The majority of server programs are Linux programs. They consist of a file system, some executable files, maybe some shared libraries, they probably interface with system software like systemd or nsswitch.
This is indeed an interesting challenge. Here I want to share this challenge with you. After reading this article, you will have a deeper understanding of functional components. The demo’s structure is simple: it contains a button and a list.
Last time I mentioned that project goal definition at the beginning of a software project is the first high-risk activity. Today I wanted to elaborate on this point a little more. Software projects are costly which means that the potential loss of money implementing an incorrect solution is painful.
Google I/O is a developer conference held by Google. “I/O” stands for Input/Output, as well as the… Tagged with angular, webdev, typescript, news.
Typed Reactive Forms in Angular — No Longer a Type Dream 💭 | by Netanel Basal | May, 2022 | Netanel Basal
One of Angular 14’s most sought-after features is about to arrive — Typed Reactive Forms. You can begin experimenting with it now by creating a new Angular 14 project: We pass a string, so the form…
If you have a Yarn workspace, you can turn it into an Nx monorepo with a simple command. Below is an example of a Yarn workspace with multiple Expo apps which we will be using to add Nx: Before we…
The MutationObserver, is a lot like the IntersectionObserver, as I described here. Except for having a similar name, the two APIs output is very different. The MutationObserver is supported in most…