Using custom TypeScript definitions with TS 2.x

In TypeScript 1.x, it was much easier to write a custom definition for something like react. Its still fairly easy in 2.x, but there are……

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Demystifying a TypeScript Quirk

I recently read Asana's blog post on TypeScript quirks and took particular interest in the first TypeScript quirk they mention. While it may seem like an inconsistency, the way the type system behaves here is entirely logical. (more…)

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TypeScript 4.2

Today we’re excited to announce the release of TypeScript 4.2! For those who aren’t familiar with TypeScript, it’s an extension to JavaScript that adds static types and type-checking. With types, you can state exactly what your functions take, and what th... (more…)

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Branch by Abstraction Example (TypeScript)

The strangler pattern is useful for scenarios where you can intercept the calls at the edge of your monolithic application. But what do you do in a scenario where the functionality you're trying to extract is not called directly from the outside, rather i... (more…)

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