TLWI TypeScript #44

Greetings, fellow tech enthusiasts! We're back with yet another exciting edition of our weekly newsletter, bringing you all the latest updates from the world of software development. This past week has been an exhilarating one, with several noteworthy releases and updates that are sure to pique your interest.

First on our list is the much-anticipated announcement of TypeScript 4.7 RC. This latest release of the popular programming language promises to bring with it several new features and improvements, including better error messages and a more robust type system. We can't wait to see what developers will create with this powerful tool.

In the world of frontend development, there's no shortage of exciting news either. The latest edition of the Frontend News newsletter, edition 25, is out now and features updates on Node v18, Redux v8, and new plugins that are sure to take your web development game to the next level. With new tools and frameworks constantly emerging, staying on top of the latest trends has never been more important.

On the tools and frameworks front, there's been some exciting developments too. For those interested in building weather apps, we highly recommend checking out the Weather app built with Svelte on Vite. This impressive app is a testament to the power and flexibility of these technologies when used together.

But that's not all - we've also got some exciting news for those working with GraphQL. Meet a fully-featured, production-ready caching GraphQL client designed specifically for every UI framework and GraphQL server. With its impressive array of features and capabilities, this tool is sure to make your GraphQL development process smoother and more efficient than ever before.

Last but not least, for those working with deeply nested JSON structures in TypeScript, we've got just the thing. Introducing ts-jackson, a library that makes it easy to serialize and deserialize complex JSON structures in TypeScript. With its simple yet powerful API, this library is a must-have for any developer working with large-scale data structures.

That's all for this week - keep on coding, and we'll see you next time with the latest updates from the world of tech.


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