TypeScript Weekly

Issue #115 — November 11, 2019

Announcing TypeScript 3.7

TypeScript 3.7 has been released and is one of the most feature-loaded releases in a while. It ships with the long-awaited Optional Chaining (?.) and Nullish Coalescing (??) operators, assertion functions, recursive type aliases, and many more additions.

Daniel Rosenwasser

TypeScript 3.8 Iteration Plan

An outlook on the planned timeline for the upcoming TypeScript 3.8 release.

Daniel Rosenwasser

Taming Dynamic Data in TypeScript

How to fully utilize static types with all the safety they provide when dealing with dynamic data, such as JSON loaded via an API call.

Justin Hewlett

The Ultimate Explanation of TypeScript Generics: Functions

A mental model that will help you properly understand generic types in TypeScript.

Miłosz Piechocki

Prettier 1.19

Prettier 1.19 has been released and brings support for the features in TypeScript 3.7 that introduce new syntax: Optional Chaining (?.), Nullish Coalescing (??), assertion functions, and the declare modifier on class fields.

Simon Lydell