TLWI TypeScript #39

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Hey there readers! We're back with another exciting issue of our weekly newsletter, and we have a lot in store for you this week! From developing your next cypress.io tests to creating an online food store website, we've got you covered. So sit back, relax, and let's get right into it.

First up, if you're looking to take your testing game to the next level, you won't want to miss Planning Your Next Cypress.io Tests with Testomat.io. This comprehensive guide will show you how to use the powerful testing capabilities of Cypress.io with the help of Testomat.io. So if you're looking to streamline your testing processes, be sure to check it out!

We're also excited to announce that the latest beta version of TypeScript 4.7 is now available! [Announcing TypeScript 4.7 Beta](https://devblogs.microsoft.com/typescript/announcing-typescript-4-7-beta/** - April 8, 2022) contains all the latest updates and improvements to one of the most popular programming languages out there. So whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting out with TypeScript, this is definitely worth a look.

If you're interested in using ESBuild to optimize your Google Apps Script development process, then you won't want to miss GoogleAppsScript with ESBuild. This article explores how to use ESBuild to build a production-ready Google Apps Script project, and how to integrate it with popular tools like Git and Google Apps Script CLI.

Looking to develop an online food store website? Then you'll definitely want to check out Create An Online Food Store Website Using Angular, NodeJS, Express And MongoDB. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the entire process of building a food store website from scratch, including creating the frontend with Angular, developing the backend with NodeJS and Express, and using MongoDB for your database.

Last but not least, we have Setup Testing for Typescript Using Jest. If you're looking to develop robust, reliable TypeScript applications, then testing is essential. This guide will show you how to use Jest to test your TypeScript code, from setting up your project to writing your first test cases.

That's all for this week folks! As always, thanks for tuning in, and we'll see you next time.

Dennis

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