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Agustin Zubiaga Jun 7
just finished converting a 70k lines codebase from Flow to . No regrets.
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JavaScript Teacher Jun 6
console.log("good morning"); vanilla let morning:good = true; $(good).morning(); <GoodMorning /> <p v-good="morning"> { good { morning } } print "good morning"; echo "good morning"; Good morning.
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John Caraballo 11m
I'm halfway through new course and BY GOD DO I LOVE TYPESCRIPT. How have I not been using this before, I will definitely be moving all my projects over to it. If you want to REALLY get typescript this is it. SO GOOD!
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Jose J. Breijo Jun 8
Replying to @atcb
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Uduak 'Eren™ II Jun 13
Me after completing a project and I'm drafted to a new project using Vanilla Javascript. No please!!!
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Madhu Jun 13
is certainly good, been using it for over an year in our js projects… but it is bringing back all those memories of complex enterprise Java code, Soooo many types, classes, interfaces, decorators/annotations 😕 + object spread hell
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LogRocket Jun 10
Build a GraphQL + React app with TypeScript
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Andrew Branch Jun 7
Can 12 people please unstar so I can get a screenshot without cheating
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nullvoxpopuli Jun 14
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Andrew Branch Jun 8
Hey Twitter, what are the biggest (as in LOC, not popularity) open source projects using ts-loader you know of?
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TypeScript Daily Jun 11
const assertions, the killer new feature:
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Web Development AtoZ 7h
What’s new in TypeScript ☞
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jess™ Jun 12
Day 3 of in ! Starting my day off with a session by
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Thibaud Desodt Jun 14
The more I learn about , the more I ❤️ it. The type system is crazy brilliant 🤯 and allows to express some pretty advanced things in a type-safe way. An example:
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Sergey Volkov Jun 7
My mind when I'm trying to describe some hard part of my code via TypeScript Does anyone like TypeScript ? In TypeScript possible to describe all behaviour of your code ?
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Tomek Sułkowski Jun 14
tip for today: Use `Partial<T>` to make all properties optional and `Required<T>` to make all properties required.
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Willis Ivali Mutia ™ 17h
is awesome......
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Daniel Cornock Jun 14
Day 32: I've been using when learning angular but never really dedicated time to it before. Static typing is really great for preventing errors! Will be taking a break from the challenge for a while for a holiday to Portugal, see you on the other side!
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💥 Abdallah Abu-Ghazaleh 🔥 Jun 12
templating/generics is so powerful. now my brain hurts
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Alan Hemmings Jun 8
Hi, Can any1 help? Getting this weird "unexpected identifier" typescript error and syntax looks groovy! Can anyone see the mistake I'm making? Can't find answer from uncle Google. txs!
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