TLWI TypeScript #9

Hey there, fellow tech enthusiasts! Welcome back to our weekly newsletter, where we bring you the latest and greatest in the world of programming. This week, we've got a whole host of fantastic links to share with you, so let's get started!

First up, we've got a cool new CLI tool for Angular that we think you're going to love. If you're an Angular developer, you're going to want to check this out - it's a fantastic way to streamline your workflow and make your life easier. We won't spoil all the surprises for you, so head on over and give it a try!

Next, we've got an intriguing piece on 'the company of any' in Typescript - important reference. If you've ever worked with Typescript, you'll know that it's a super powerful tool for creating strongly-typed code. In this blog post, the author explores the idea of 'the company of any' and how it can affect the maintainability of your code.

If you're a React developer, you'll definitely want to take a look at this link - Gear up your React codebase with Prettier and ESLint Automation. This article explores how you can use automation tools to streamline your React codebase, making it more maintainable and easier to work with.

We've also got a fantastic article on strongly typed GA4 with Nextjs that we're really excited to share with you. In Part II of this series, the author delves into 'the danger zone' of GA4 integration and shows you how to create a strongly-typed Nextjs app that can handle all of your analytics needs.

Last but not least, we've got a great link on building types from interfaces in TypeScript. If you're new to TypeScript, this is a fantastic primer on how to use interfaces to create strong, maintainable types that can be used throughout your codebase. So give it a read and level up your TypeScript skills today!

That's all for this week, folks - thanks for joining us, and we'll see you again next week with more tech news and updates!


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