All Things Typescript Newsletter - Issue #11
Good morning fellow developers, I hope you had a great weekend. In the last week, Typescript 4.7 was released which you can learn more about in the announcement section. We also saw a huge announcement for Next JS with the introduction of nested layout, which you can also learn in the announcement section below.
This week, I am introducing a new Featured Projects section where I will feature two typescript projects I found interested in the week. Let me know what you think of the idea. Enjoy the list of articles and tweets that I have curated for you in the last week.
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Nested routes and layouts, client and server routing, React 18 features, and designed for Server Components.
TypeScript AST query library. Contribute to phenomnomnominal/tsquery development by creating an account on GitHub.
A curated list of advanced type level madness. Contribute to anuraghazra/type-trident development by creating an account on GitHub.
Top Articles of the Week
Immutability is the state in which nothing changes, nothing “mutates” and we can map that concept when speaking about coding, to data structures never changing.
Hey everyone! 😎 In this detailed guide, I’ll show you how to build strongly typed Polymorphic React components with Typescript.
Hi web devs, today’s post is another in the series entitled “Why TypeScript and PHP Are Good Friends” where we’re transcribing a real-world codebase from PHP into TypeScript. We’re learning top-notch software development techniques that will get you a dream job.
Have you ever wondered how frameworks are built? A couple of weeks ago I was writing an article and asked myself, what’s the first line of code Evan You wrote to build Vue.js?
Well, thanks to Git and Evan You pushing Vue’s code to GitHub, I have been able to travel back in time, like Marty McFly with his DeLorean time machine. But I went nine years back, to 2013, and “watched” Evan writing his code.
I teach a class over at the local college here in Long Beach and a majority of the content is hosted on the Canvas LMS so students can access it online. And, naturally, I want the content to be as accessible as possible, so thank goodness Canvas has a11y tooling built right into it.
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