TLWI TypeScript #55

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Hey there, fellow techies! Are you ready for another exciting edition of our weekly newsletter? We've got some great stuff lined up for you, so let's dive right in!

First up, we've got a tutorial on TypeScript basics. This one is perfect for those of you who are just getting started with TypeScript or need a refresher. In the article, you'll learn how to create functions that return promises and how to write code that executes after the promise resolves.

If you're already familiar with TypeScript and want to explore its advanced features, you don't want to miss our next link. Typescript Utility Types are a powerful tool that can help you save time and effort by providing utility functions that you can use in your code.

Now, let's talk about a topic that's been on everyone's minds lately - the rise of AI-powered chatbots. Is Chat GPT going to take over our jobs? Our featured article takes a closer look at the technology behind these chatbots, the benefits, the drawbacks, and what it all means for us as developers.

Next up, we've got an interesting article on rendering emails with Svelte. If you're tired of the same old boring email templates, this one is for you. Svelte is a lightweight framework that can help you create beautiful and responsive emails that look great on any device.

Last but not least, for all our TypeScript enthusiasts out there, we've got an article that explores Queues with TypeScript. Queues are a data structure used to store and retrieve data in an organized and efficient manner. With this article, you'll learn how to define and apply queues in your TypeScript projects.

That's it for today's newsletter! Which link did you find the most interesting? Let us know in the comments below. Happy coding!

Dennis

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