In TypeScript, "enumerable" and "iterable" are terms used to describe different aspects of data collections. Enumerable refers to an object's properties that can be counted or iterated over using a `for...in` loop. Iterable, on the other hand, refers to an object that can be traversed through its elements one by one using a `for...of` loop.
Learn how to fix error: prettier.resolveConfig.sync is not a function. Resolve any issues that arise from updating to Prettier v3 and migrate from Husky & pretty-quick to Lefthook.
Learn how to improve your TypeScript workflow by using code snippets. This article provides a code example for logging a JSON response into a file using Node.js and TypeScript.
This article explains how to filter arrays in TypeScript while maintaining correct types. It demonstrates how to create a type guard to ensure that the filtered array only contains the desired type. It also discusses the downsides of type guards and compares them to assertion functions.
ECMAScript Modules (ESM) enable the importing and exporting of code and are supported in modern web browsers, Deno, Bun, and Node.js. It's recommended to use ESM as major frameworks are already embracing it. Let this tutorial guide you through the process.