Some applications have the ability to make a big impact on the way we work, this article explores some of the better apps I’ve found to increase my own output!
The Type Guard – We explore a Typescript code pattern for better handling edge cases in complex runtime paths
If you are a developer, you probably spend a decent chunk of time interacting with a terminal Shell. Today We’ll look at 6 different tools that will make your work that much easier! 1. Ripgrep You’ve probably used grep before – it’s one of the most ubiquitous tools in any devs toolbelt, and it gets the job done. But what if there…
Readline is a tool you’ve probably used many times without even noticing – it’s the default text interface for most terminals in *nix based operating systems! Any time you type stuff into a terminal prompt, you’re using Readline! A little known fact is that Readline comes configured out-of-the-box with some extremely useful commands and shortcuts. Today we will examine some of those…
Learn how to run typescript code in your shell, write nice reusable scripts and store them in a convenient way.
Learn all about the Singleton pattern and implement your own Singleton decorator in Typescript!
If you’ve been using npm and Node for any amount of time, it’s likely you’ve grown tired of typing out install or –save-dev every time you want to add a package. This article will cover some quality of life tips and tricks to make using npm a breeze!
TSlint is going away, here’s what you need to do to stay up-to-date in 2019 and beyond