TLWI TypeScript #37

Hello and welcome to our weekly newsletter! We've got some exciting links for you to check out this week.

First up, we have a great article on When OOP Developers created Applications with TypeScript. If you're an object-oriented programmer (OOP) and are interested in using TypeScript for your next project, this is a must-read. You'll discover some of the key differences between TypeScript and vanilla JavaScript, and learn how to work with TypeScript's advanced features to create powerful applications.

If you're looking for a new tool to help streamline your workflow, be sure to check out the Outline clients developed by Jigsaw. These clients use the popular Shadowsocks protocol, and lean on the Cordova and Electron frameworks to support Windows, Android / ChromeOS, Linux, iOS and macOS. Check out the Outline clients and see how they can help make your life easier.

For those interested in web development, we have an excellent article on How I built my portfolio using Next.js, TailwindCSS, TypeScript and Framer Motion. The author gives a detailed account of their development process and the tools they used, making it easy for you to follow along and build your own portfolio using these cutting-edge technologies.

If you're tired of dealing with spaghetti code and are looking for a way to organize your front-end requests, look no further than Applying Koa's onion model to front-end requests. This revolutionary approach to software architecture is gaining popularity in the web development community and promises to make your life easier.

Lastly, we have a great beginner's guide to mobile development in React Native with Expo. You'll learn about the basics of React Native and how to use Expo to quickly create and deploy your own mobile apps. Be sure to check out A Beginner's Guide to Mobile Development in React Native with Expo if you're interested in mobile development.

That's it for this week's newsletter. We hope you've found these links helpful and informative. Stay tuned for more great content next week!


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