TLWI TypeScript #63

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Are you ready for another awesome edition of our weekly newsletter? We've got some exciting things to share with you today!

First up, have you heard about Lenster? It's a decentralized, and permissionless social media app built with Lens Protocol 🌿 that allows users to regain control of their social media experience. No more snooping or tracking - just a community-driven platform for sharing your thoughts and ideas with like-minded folks. How cool is that?

Next, we've got some tips for all you JavaScript gurus out there. Are you tired of dealing with duplicates in your arrays? Check out this helpful article on how to remove duplicate elements from JavaScript arrays. You'll be able to streamline your code and maximize efficiency in no time!

And Speaking of JavaScript, have any of you tried Tauri? It's a new way to build native apps that uses existing JavaScript, HTML, and CSS skills to create fast, lightweight applications with ease. Our team has been looking into it and may be making the switch from Electron - an exciting change that could make a huge difference in our productivity.

In case you missed it, we've also got some general information about JavaScript arrays for all you coders out there. It's a great resource for brushing up on the basics and exploring new functionality.

Last but not least, we wanted to highlight the benefits of using maps rather than objects in your code. Use Maps more and Objects less to streamline your system by reducing your code's memory usage and processing time.

That's it for now, folks! Thanks for tuning in for another edition of our weekly newsletter. Make sure to check out the links and explore these cool tools and resources. We can't wait to see what you'll create next! 🔥


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