TLWI TypeScript #5

Welcome fellow nerds and tech enthusiasts to our latest edition of the newsletter! This week, we'll be exploring a variety of tools and tips to help you build better web frontends. Are you ready? Let's dive right in!

First up, we have an exciting feature from none other than Amazon Web Services -- Mocking API endpoints with Amazon API Gateway Mock Integration. This is a helpful tool for testing and development purposes. With it, you can simulate API calls and server responses without actually having to set up and run servers. How cool is that?

Next on the list, we have something for all you React developers out there. Placeholder and Initial Data in React Query is an invaluable resource that will save you both time and headaches. It offers a variety of options for providing initial data to your components, including placeholders and custom handlers. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, you won't want to miss this one.

For those of you working with TypeScript and JSON-Schema, we have just the thing. Convert TS <-> JSON-Schema w/ typeconv is a powerful tool that makes it easy to convert between these two formats. With its user-friendly interface and robust conversion algorithms, you'll be able to transform your data with ease.

We wouldn't want to leave out the Vue.js crowd, now would we? Our next feature is all about Generically Typed Vue.js Components. This is a must-read article for anyone looking to create reusable, highly customizable Vue.js components. It covers everything from the basics of component design to more advanced techniques like generic typing and component composition.

Last but not least, we have a little something to motivate you to keep striving for greatness. A Motivational Post About Creating Good Web Frontends is just the thing you need to get inspired and refocused on your goals. We know that building great web frontends can be challenging sometimes, but with perseverance and a little help from your friends (like us!), you can achieve anything you set your mind to.


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