Issue #161 — January 13, 2021
The beta of TypeScript 4.2 has been released and ships with long-awaited smarter type alias preservation, leading/middle rest elements in tuple types, and other improvements, as usual.
It’s common to use single-letter names for generic type parameters, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Types are documentation, and type parameters can have descriptive names.
A Gist packed with different TypeScript Helper types. There’s lots to learn about the type system in those examples.
Jason Lengstorf, Orta Therox
The npm registry now shows a little TypeScript icon next to the name of a package that includes bundled TypeScript declarations.
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