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Rick Love Oct 29
Thanks for the team for teaching the Typescript 4.1 Template String Literals with today's challenge!
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Trent Jones Design 28 Oct 19
File under # seriously-NeueGrotesk
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🇩🇪 Kevin H. Schneider Oct 31
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Thodoris Greasidis Oct 31
Late in the challenge but here is my attempt for day 5. Great way for getting used to the new features v4.1 brings.
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Rick Love Oct 30
Day 5 This one was pretty hard, but I think I got perfect typing, using as only after the object had the assumed type (and of course no any):
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lazytype Oct 28
First time I've used key remapping from TS 4.1!
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Indra Lukmana Oct 31
Trying out TypeScript Type | Treat. Already passed the challenge days. But seems interesting to learn. Note to self: refrain from opening the next day posts before solving the challenge.
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Rick Love Oct 29
Day 4: My Solutions (2): - Excessively Ugly One Liner (with gifs!) - Well Organized Solution
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ffflabs Oct 30
pity I missed the first four challenges, but here's my solution to the fifth
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Marcello N Oct 31
It's all Hallows Eve again, Peter. And we still miss you
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Nathan Kern Oct 30
Gat a chance to use template literals types to solve the advanced challenge
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lazytype Oct 29
Went a bit crazy with this one. My constraint was that the only `as` allowed are `as const`.
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Nathan Kern Oct 31
Last beginner challenge. Generics are fun.
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Lili Nov 1
Oooh just saw ! I guess I can add it to my "Things to do in lockdown" list 2.0 😢
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Gabrielle Powell 1 Nov 13
I wore my Comic Sans costume only to be tossed from Microsoft Word's Halloween Party. 'ER
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Andreas Roth Oct 30
Replying to @typescript
Day 4: readonly types, the Readonly mapped type & the new string literal types from 4.1 #1: #2:
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dagda1 Oct 30
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Nathan Kern Oct 31
Replying to @typescript
Last advanced challenge. I like how it reinforced a couple things from the previous challenges. Template strings and mapped types helped make the best of some messy code.
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lazytype Oct 30
So disappointed I couldn't get `capitalize(...)` to type correctly, but had to make a compromise do have a solution with any `as`. Would love to know if there was a way to do it.
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Andreas Roth Oct 29
Replying to @typescript
Day 3 of 's : typeof, const assertions, union types, index types and mapped types. #1: #2: Task description could have been a bit more clear today.
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