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.
NestJS can serve static content when running on an Express server. This is useful when you want to host a React frontend website through your Nest service.
I recently wrote a small TypeScript script to generate a Markdown file with a sluggified filename. Since we're now in the era of modern ECMAScript Modules (ESM), I wanted to use this new module system in my TypeScript code. Here's how I did it.