TLWI TypeScript #19

Welcome to this week's edition of our newsletter! We've got some exciting links for you to check out, including Why I Made My Own Personal Documentation Site?, where you'll discover the benefits of creating your own personal documentation site. Whether you're a developer or not, this article will teach you how to keep your digital life organized and have access to information quickly.

If you're a React developer, then you definitely don't want to miss bulletproof-react, a hidden treasure of React best practices. This guide will equip you with the knowledge you need to build better, stronger, and more secure React applications. So, if you're looking to take your React development skills to the next level, click on the link and keep reading.

If you're working with the CDK and serverless architecture in AWS, then you must read Some thoughts on working with the CDK and serverless architecture in AWS. This article is packed with tips and tricks that will help you optimize your AWS setup, avoid common mistakes, and streamline your serverless deployment process.

If you're a fan of React and digital sketching, then you'll love React SketchBoard DevLog #1. This is the first installment of a series of articles that discuss the development of a digital sketching tool using React. In this first chapter, you'll learn how to create a drawing tool that allows you to draw with your mouse, select colors and widths, and pan around the page.

Finally, we've got a great article for all TypeScript developers out there: Simplest way to compile all TypeScript into one single Js file by SilvenLEAF. If you're struggling with compiling your TypeScript code into one single JS file, this guide is for you. Click on the link and learn how SilvenLEAF simplifies the process and saves you a ton of time.

That's it for this week's edition of our newsletter! We hope you enjoy these amazing links and stay tuned for more exciting content next week.


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