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Let's follow the typical path the front-end project takes nowadays and add Redux into our React+TypeScript application. TypeScript is a powerful beast that we can employ to make our Redux code not only type safe, but also much cleaner and more readable.
Hosting a static website with AWS S3 is a nice and fast way to show your react-redux app to the world. In this blog post I will guide you through this simple process.
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TypeScript in React projects provides us with all the goodies of type checks and eliminate the whole class of errors and typos from our codebase. Let’s see how we can apply TypeScript-based type definitions into our React project to get most of it.
Nowadays I mostly code in Kotlin programming language. I got interested in it when I started working on a Java 7 codebase and quickly got fed up with the language. At Bright Inventions we often use TypeScript for both back-end, front-end and mobile development so I thought I would share some thoughts and tips for TypeScript learned while using Kotlin. In particular this post is about constant variables.
People who start their professional coding adventure, whether they are still studying, just graduated or changing profession, may often hesitate what programming platform they should start with. So let me mention a few reasons why I think it’s a great idea to start with Android.
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Kotlin language provides a nice and clean way to handle nullable variables in code so that it is less error prone. Unless you do it all wrong, of course.
Last week I attended a climbing competition dedicated for girls only to celebrate the international women’s day. It was held quite far away from my home town and on my way back I was wondering why I was so excited to attend a climbing competition for women and at the very same time I am so sceptical about any girls-only programming events.