A TypeScript interface is a structure that declares the shape of variables. It only contains the declaration but not the implementation. TypeScript only uses the interface for type checking.
Pipenv is a tool that provides us with an easy method to set up a working environment. You no longer need to use pip and virtualenv separately, they work together.
In this article, I’m going to show you what TypeScript data types are, what syntax TypeScript uses to define types, and what values a specific data type can take in.
In Node.js, whenever you make any changes in your application source code, you would have to manually restart the application process for those changes to take effect. You can eliminate this extra step by using Nodemon to restart the process automatically.
You may be using ES6 or ECMAScript 2015. Not all browsers support all of the newest features without a transform. In this Webpack 5 video tutorial, I’m going to show you how to set up Webpack with babel-loader to compile ES6+ into ES5.
In this Webpack 5 video tutorial, I’m going to show you how to generate HTML files to serve your Webpack bundles automatically, and this is especially useful if Webpack bundles include a hash in the filename, which will change on every compilation. Webpack will do this for us with the help of the html-webpack-plugin.