TLWI TypeScript #40

Hey there, readers! How's it going? Welcome to this week's edition of our newsletter. This week, we've got some exciting links that we're sure you'll love. So, without further ado, let's dive in and see what we've got!

Are you a React enthusiast? Do you enjoy building things from scratch? If yes, then you'll love our first link Create a React component library with Vite and Typescript. In this article, we'll be taking you through the process of building a React component library using Vite and Typescript. It's a fun project that'll help you expand your React knowledge and create something awesome at the same time.

Have you ever heard of Bhai lang? No? Well, you should know about Bhai lang!!! This amazing programming language was developed by one of our favourite devs and we think you'll love it too. In this article, we explore what makes Bhai lang so special and why you should add it to your programming language arsenal.

Do you enjoy building APIs? Are you always on the lookout for new and exciting ways to build them? If yes, then you should definitely check out Make a simple Fastify API with TypeScript and deploy it. In this article, we walk you through the process of building a simple yet effective API using Fastify and TypeScript. We'll also show you how to deploy it to the cloud using Heroku.

So, you've built your API, but do you know how to test it properly? That's where Testes de integração para API com Typescript, mocha, chai e sinon comes in. In this article, we'll be showing you how to write integration tests for your API using Typescript, Mocha, Chai, and Sinon. With these powerful tools, you'll be able to ensure that your API is rock-solid and always functioning at its best.

Last but not least, are you tired of your website's slow loading speed? How to compress images on client-side is the article for you. In this piece, we discuss the importance of image compression and walk you through the process of compressing images on the client-side using the HTML Canvas API. With this knowledge, you'll be able to drastically improve your website's load time and user experience.

That's all from us this week! We hope you enjoyed reading this edition of our newsletter and found the links helpful. As always, feel free to share your thoughts with us and let us know if there's a topic you'd like us to cover in the future. Until next time, happy coding!


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