TypeScript can be helpful to React developers in a lot of ways. Learn how to use Typescript in React.
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Intro to TypeScript: https://youtu.be/xPEMup5SPTM
React Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWKjhJtqVAbkArDMazoARtNz1aMwNWmvC
he is best programmer ever
At 9:30, what do the brackets mean around name on line 22?
The font and UI need to be bigger. It's hard to read. Also, for most of the video, the code doesn't work at all, and too much time is spent "shutting up the IDE" rather than why the default is what it is. The speaker also sounded bored the entire time. Yarn also took so long to do ANYTHING (and my computer hung while it was operating several times,) that I just gave up on following along =-
About "It doesn't pick up on the types" at 8:02: If you use "e.currentTarget" instead, it will be typed as a HTMLInputElement.
This repo is deprecated.
How can do we add TSLint to the project since the now recommended npx create-react-app [project-name] –typescript does not add any linter out of the box?
Thanks so much! Gets straight to the point, for busy dev's.
public state?!? wow… 🙁
beats vomit horrible way of bypassing most advantages of typescript….
i am outta here (do you work (drunk) for facebook?!? looks that way)
Typescript and react.js same or not??