TLWI TypeScript #24

Welcome back to our weekly newsletter! We've got some exciting links for you to check out this week, so let's dive in!

First up, we have a fantastic React Hooks library that is high-quality and reliable. If you're a React developer looking to make your code more efficient and cleaner, this library is for you. With its easy-to-use API and extensive documentation, you can start using it right away and save yourself a lot of time and hassle.

Next, we have some reusable form components using react + react hooks form + yup + typescript. This is a great resource for those who want to create forms quickly and efficiently. With the power of React Hooks, you can easily create reusable form components that work seamlessly with your project. Plus, with the added bonus of TypeScript and the validation support of Yup, you're on your way to creating rock-solid forms in no time.

If you're into SvelteKit, then you'll love this next link. We're talking about per-user global stores in SvelteKit, which is a powerful way to manage state in your application. This feature allows you to have a separate store for each user, allowing you to store persistent data and maintain state across multiple sessions. It's a game-changer for your development workflow!

C# is a great language, but did you know that it works particularly well with TypeScript? Check out our next link for an article on Why C# goes well with TypeScript. With TypeScript's strong type checking and C#'s powerful programming constructs, the two work together to create solid and scalable applications. If you're looking to expand your language skills, this link is for you!

Finally, we have a link with 60 quick fixes for VS Code! We all know that VS Code is a fantastic editor, but did you know that it comes with a lot of quick fixes that can make your coding experience even better? This link provides you with 60 actionable tips and tricks to help you level up your JavaScript game.

That's all for this week's newsletter. We hope you've enjoyed these links and look forward to seeing you again soon!


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