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Hello Dev United,

Welcome to another week of exciting tips, lessons, and tech reports to upgrade your toolset! Grab your favorite warm drink, rig up your best-thinking-beard or your problem-solving-ponytail, and brace yourself to dive into a pool of refreshing knowledge!

First up, is that React Trunk (RT) or TypeScript ERC? It's neither! It's a cool guide on how to Build and Send Emails Using React and TypeScript! If you've been pulling your hair out wondering how to merge the worlds of React, TypeScript and emailing into a neat and beautiful reactive typographic post service, this one's freshly brewed for you. Yes! React, TypeScript and Emails, a trifecta no one saw coming!

If you're a TypeScript newbie, consider this your golden ticket into Wonka's factory. With this guide, TypeScript Journey: A Beginner's Journey into Typed JavaScript, you'll be able to type your way through JavaScript just like Mozart composed symphonies. It's time to stop fearing those extra characters and embrace the world of Typed JavaScript. You got this!

For our dear AI enthusiasts, this week, we proudly present to you an interesting creation by Vercel. It's sleek, it's chic, and it is hackable! Excited yet? We're talking about the full-featured, hackable Next.js AI chatbot. Let's hack around a bit and see what this AI-powered Next.js creation has up its virtual sleeve.

Next, we’re going to open the can of worms that is localized tRPC errors. Miscommunications are problematic when they happen between humans. They're exasperating when they pop up in systems. Here's a piece on Localized tRPC errors that will help you get those translations on point, making your tRPC communicate seamlessly and harmoniously.

Finally, drama lovers, we're at 【Next.js, GraphQL, Apollo Client】How to rewrite Apollo Client cache after a mutation - part 2-. It's the sequel we've been waiting for! All your questions from part 1 will find their answers, and the mysteries of Apollo Client's cache will be unwrapped. Stay tuned in!

That's it for this week, folks! Remember to let us know what you think of the articles and how they've helped you grow your skills. Here's to staying curious and never stopping learning.

Signing off, Your Dev United team


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