No BS TS #30 - Project setup

No BS TS #30 - Project setup

We set up a Typescript project for development and build, and connect it to a Javascript consumer and a Typescript consumer.

We set up a Typescript project for development and build, and connect it to a Javascript consumer and a Typescript consumer.

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:38 Project setup
  • 01:37 Coding the library
  • 02:14 Build script
  • 03:20 Consuming with Javascript
  • 05:39 Consuming with Typescript
  • 09:01 Supporting development mode
  • 11:04 Outroduction

Code: https://github.com/jherr/no-bs-ts/tree/master/episode-30

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