Issue #119 — December 18, 2019
With TypeScript 3.4, const assertions were added to the language. I’ll explain what const assertions are, how they’re affecting the type of a literal expression, and why we might want to use them.
How to use TypeScript’s class, method, accessor, property, or parameter decorators to implement cross-cutting concerns such as logging, caching, or monitoring.
A series of articles that explores TypeScript’s comprehensive type system and teaches you how you can take advantage of it to build robust and maintainable web applications.
Jaime González García
… using TypeScript, GraphQL, and Hooks. If we can’t read our own code after a few months, how can we expect anybody else to?
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