All Things Typescript Newsletter - Issue #2
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We had an eventful week last week, with the Type as comment syntax proposal from the Typescript Team being the highlight.
In this issue, I have curated a few interesting articles to help you in your journey of learning Typescript and added a few tweets that were notable and very educational. I hope you will enjoy this weeks’ issue and if you have any feedback, please get in touch with me on Twitter - @mwycliffe_dev or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This is the last of the commonly known interface modifying utility types. Do note there are a few more, but we’ll get to those in a later stage as they are a bit more advanced.
Translating API responses into type-safe interfaces with TypeScript | by Marcin Baraniecki | Mar, 2022 | SoftwareMill Tech Blog
HTTP APIs using JSON as a data exchange format are characterized by a fundamental flaw: information about types is discarded the moment the data is serialized from the web service’s programming…
Using automated runtime data validation decorators in TypeScript | by David Herron | Mar, 2022 | ITNEXT
A new package for TypeScript enables us to automatically check validity of runtime data, without having to explicitly call a validation library. Instead, the runtime-data-validation package lets us…
Learn the different methods of declaring types for React children props to create reusable components with Typescript.