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TypeScript Weekly

Issue #119 — December 18, 2019

Const Assertions in Literal Expressions in TypeScript

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.

Marius Schulz

TypeScript Decorators: Examples & Use Cases

How to use TypeScript’s class, method, accessor, property, or parameter decorators to implement cross-cutting concerns such as logging, caching, or monitoring.

StackChief

TypeScript Deep Dive

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

TypeScript for Beginner Programmers

An interactive TypeScript tutorial for JavaScript programmers who know how to build a todo app. It’s incredibly well done!

Shu Uesugi

A More Readable React Codebase

… using TypeScript, GraphQL, and Hooks. If we can’t read our own code after a few months, how can we expect anybody else to?

Emma Brillhart