TLWI TypeScript #51

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Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter! As always, we've compiled some of the most interesting and useful tech topics of the week to keep you up to date. This week, we have great links on a variety of topics, including web development, programming languages, and authentication.

First up, have you ever heard of the programming language called Dart? Well, if you're a fan of TypeScript, you might be interested in comparing Dart and TypeScript. They are both statically typed languages that offer a range of benefits over traditional JavaScript, so it's worth checking out if you're interested in programming languages.

Next up, we have something special for all you developers out there - my DI container ✨ type-chef-di! This is a fantastic resource for anyone who's looking to improve their development workflow by using dependency injection. It's always great to find new tools that can make our lives easier, and this is definitely one of them.

Moving on, have you ever wondered what you need to do before you start working with Angular? Well, wonder no more! We've got a great resource that covers all the steps you need to take to extra setup before start to working with Angular. From installing the necessary tools to setting up your development environment, this guide has everything you need to get started with Angular.

This week, we also wanted to highlight the fact that TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output. If you're not already familiar with TypeScript, it's definitely worth checking out as it can help you catch bugs before they make it to production. Plus, who doesn't love clean, well-organized code?

Finally, let's wrap things up with something exciting! Firebase Auth (v9)で複数の Provider をリンクさせる. Yes, you read that right. This is a great resource for anyone who's looking to add multi-provider authentication to their apps. With Firebase Auth, you can link multiple provider accounts together to create a seamless and easy user experience. So, why not give it a try today?

That's all for this week's newsletter, folks! As always, we hope you found these links helpful and informative. Stay tuned for next week's newsletter, where we'll be exploring even more exciting topics in tech. Have a great week!

Dennis

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