TLWI TypeScript #16

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Hello and welcome back to another edition of our newsletter! 🎉 This week, we have some exciting articles and resources that will help you level up your coding game, so make sure you read through till the end.

First up, we have an amazing ngx confirm box for Angular 🚀 that will make sure your user's interactions are a whole lot smoother. Say goodbye to the days of repetitive confirmation prompts that disrupt the user experience. This library has got you covered!

In our next feature, we dive into the world of frontend development and showcase how our author built their portfolio using NextJS, Typescript, and Chakra UI. If you're struggling to find inspiration or a starting point for your own portfolio, this article is a must-read.

Next, we have a word of caution for all developers. With a title like "Beware of Promise.all", you know you're in for a treat. In this article, the author discusses how the use of this function can lead to unanticipated consequences and gives tips to avoid them.

If you missed out on the first day, don't fret! We have a highlight from Type | Treat 2021 - Day 2 that you won't want to miss. This conference features exceptional speakers, workshops, and networking opportunities for the TypeScript community.

Last but not least, we have a valuable custom validator for Angular's confirm password validation. Our author walks you through how to implement this feature step-by-step, so you never have to worry about mismatched passwords again.

That's it for this week's newsletter. We hope you enjoyed it and found it to be a valuable resource. Stay tuned for more exciting content next week! 😃

Dennis

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