Issue #92 — March 25, 2019
Faster incremental builds with the --incremental flag, better syntax for readonly arrays and tuples, const assertions, additional refactorings, and more!
TypeScript 2.9 added the ability to specify type arguments for generic JSX elements. This post illustrates why that is useful by implementing a Select component in React.
This article explains enums from the ground up and illustrates how they are used in TypeScript. It also goes over const enums and discusses places in which you shouldn’t use enums.
How React Hooks can be typed with TypeScript.
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