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Link to today's deployed app: Link
Ok just a short post today. But I'm getting back into it. I promise. If it kills me, I'm going to finish the #100days100projects challenge by the end of the year.
In my job I use Typescript in a React web application with Redux. I didn't know TS until I started the job, but now I work in it every day.
It's pretty hard getting started when all you know is vanilla JS. After a while though you realize it's really useful for large applications because you're less likely to accidentally publish mistakes in your applications. And that means your users will experience fewer bugs. TS is also the industry standard nowadays so it pays to learn.
Here's your first step to learning Typescript- spinning up a Typescript React application. Head over to your terminal or console, and assuming you have npm and npx installed, the same way you would boot up a vanilla Create React App application, find a directory you like then do the following command in the terminal:
npx create-react-app my-ts-app --template typescript
src folder. Here's my directory:
When it comes time to build your application and get it ready for production, use
npm build or
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