Issue #157 — November 11, 2020
The release candidate of TypeScript 4.1 has landed and brings template literal types, key remapping in mapped types, recursive conditional types, and other improvements.
A write-up of TypeScript’s release scheduling and processes, aimed at both external users and the TypeScript team.
Rob Palmer shares some of the insights and lessons learned during Bloomberg Engineering’s journey to adopt TypeScript as a first-class supported language.
How to use the new template literal types feature (that will ship as part of TypeScript 4.1) to build a router with fully type-checked route parameters.
Different ways to narrow types in TypeScript to avoid type errors.
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