Issue #96 — May 20, 2019
The release candidate for TypeScript 3.5 is out, bringing with it speed improvements, the Omit helper type, improved type checking for excess properties, smarter union type checking, and more.
TypeScript 3.0 introduced a new unknown type which is the type-safe counterpart of the any type. An explanation of how unknown and any are different and when to use which.
At Microsoft’s Build 2019 conference, Daniel Rosenwasser, the program manager of the TypeScript team, gave a talk about new features that were added to the language in recent releases.
Another session from Build 2019: Anders Hejlsberg, the creator of TypeScript, discusses new language features, introducing breaking changes, and the direction that TypeScript is headed.
This article shows how to safely decode JSON at runtime using type-safe schemas in TypeScript.
Joan Llenas Masó
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