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Vue.js London 2023Vue.js London 2023
30 min
Stop Writing Your Routes
The more you keep working on an application, the more complicated its routing becomes, and the easier it is to make a mistake. ""Was the route named users or was it user?"", ""Did it have an id param or was it userId?"". If only TypeScript could tell you what are the possible names and params. If only you didn't have to write a single route anymore and let a plugin do it for you. In this talk we will go through what it took to bring automatically typed routes for Vue Router.
React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
6 min
Full-stack & typesafe React (+Native) apps with
Why are we devs so obsessed with decoupling things that are coupled nature? tRPC is a library that replaces the need for GraphQL or REST for internal APIs. When using it, you simply write backend functions whose input and output shapes are instantly inferred in your frontend without any code generation; making writing API schemas a thing of the past. It's lightweight, not tied to React, HTTP-cacheable, and can be incrementally adopted. In this talk, I'll give a glimpse of the DX you can get from tRPC and how (and why) to get started.
TypeScript Congress 2022TypeScript Congress 2022
10 min
How to properly handle URL slug changes in Next.js
If you're using a headless CMS for storing content, you also work with URL slugs, the last parts of any URL. The problem is, content editors are able to freely change the slugs which can cause 404 errors, lost page ranks, broken links, and in the end confused visitors on your site. In this talk, I will present a solution for keeping a history of URL slugs in the CMS and explain how to implement a proper redirect mechanism (using TypeScript!) for dynamically generated pages on a Next.js website.
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React Summit 2023React Summit 2023
19 min
7 TypeScript Patterns You Should Be Using
In this talk, we will be going over a number of common useful and best-practice-proven TypeScript patterns to use in React 18. This includes how to correctly type component properties, children and return types, using React's built-in types, typing contexts, and the usual enum rant (but constructively).
TypeScript Congress 2022TypeScript Congress 2022
27 min
TypeScript and the Database: Who Owns the Types?
We all love writing types in TypeScript, but we often find ourselves having to write types in another language as well: SQL. This talk will present the choose-your-own-adventure story that you face when combining TypeScript and SQL and will walk you through the tradeoffs between the various options. Combined poorly, TypeScript and SQL can be duplicative and a source of headaches, but done well they can complement one another by addressing each other's weaknesses.

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React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
174 min
React, TypeScript, and TDD
Workshop Free
ReactJS is wildly popular and thus wildly supported. TypeScript is increasingly popular, and thus increasingly supported.
The two together? Not as much. Given that they both change quickly, it's hard to find accurate learning materials.
React+TypeScript, with JetBrains IDEs? That three-part combination is the topic of this series. We'll show a little about a lot. Meaning, the key steps to getting productive, in the IDE, for React projects using TypeScript. Along the way we'll show test-driven development and emphasize tips-and-tricks in the IDE.

React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
148 min
Best Practices and Advanced TypeScript Tips for React Developers
Are you a React developer trying to get the most benefits from TypeScript? Then this is the workshop for you.
In this interactive workshop, we will start at the basics and examine the pros and cons of different ways you can declare React components using TypeScript. After that we will move to more advanced concepts where we will go beyond the strict setting of TypeScript. You will learn when to use types like any, unknown and never. We will explore the use of type predicates, guards and exhaustive checking. You will learn about the built-in mapped types as well as how to create your own new type map utilities. And we will start programming in the TypeScript type system using conditional types and type inferring.
TypeScript Congress 2022TypeScript Congress 2022
116 min
Advanced TypeScript types for fun and reliability
If you're looking to get the most out of TypeScript, this workshop is for you! In this interactive workshop, we will explore the use of advanced types to improve the safety and predictability of your TypeScript code. You will learn when to use types like unknown or never. We will explore the use of type predicates, guards and exhaustive checking to make your TypeScript code more reliable both at compile and run-time. You will learn about the built-in mapped types as well as how to create your own new type map utilities. And we will start programming in the TypeScript type system using conditional types and type inferring.
Are you familiar with the basics of TypeScript and want to dive deeper? Then please join me with your laptop in this advanced and interactive workshop to learn all these topics and more.
You can find the slides, with links, here:
And the repository we will be using is here:
Node Congress 2021Node Congress 2021
245 min
Building Serverless Applications on AWS with TypeScript
This workshop teaches you the basics of serverless application development with TypeScript. We'll start with a simple Lambda function, set up the project and the infrastructure-as-a-code (AWS CDK), and learn how to organize, test, and debug a more complex serverless application.
Table of contents:
        - How to set up a serverless project with TypeScript and CDK
        - How to write a testable Lambda function with hexagonal architecture
        - How to connect a function to a DynamoDB table
        - How to create a serverless API
        - How to debug and test a serverless function
        - How to organize and grow a serverless application
Materials referred to in the workshop:,HYgVepLIpfxrK4EQNclQ9w
DynamoDB blog Alex DeBrie:
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TypeScript Congress 2022TypeScript Congress 2022
118 min
Crash Course into TypeScript for content from headless CMS
Workshop Free
In this workshop, I’ll first show you how to create a new project in a headless CMS, fill it with data, and use the content in your project. Then, we’ll spend the rest of time in code, we will:
- Generate strongly typed models and structure for the fetched content.
- Use the content in components
- Resolve content from rich text fields into React components
- Touch on deployment pipelines and possibilities for discovering content-related issues before hitting production
Node Congress 2022Node Congress 2022
57 min
Writing Universal Modules for Deno, Node and the Browser
This workshop will walk you through writing a module in TypeScript that can be consumed users of Deno, Node and the browsers. I will explain how to set up formatting, linting and testing in Deno, and then how to publish your module to and npm. We’ll start out with a quick introduction to what Deno is.