By Alex Kaminsky on October 29th, 2020
In this post, we'll be using some advanced TypeScript libraries to help us stay type-safe even in the face of unknown inputs. In order to get the most from this post, I recommend having a basic understanding of TypeScript.
By James Santucci on May 20th, 2020
In an attempt to avoid relying on polling in a front-end application or third-party services, we attempt servicing asynchronous notifications over websockets using only PostgreSQL and Scala.
By Peter Caisse on December 12th, 2019
Working with frontend state can be challenging. With TypeScript, thoughtfully constructed types can help prevent bugs by making bad states unrepresentable. Let's explore a common use case and examine how to do this effectively in TypeScript.