I need your help

Tim Mouskhelichvili
Tim Mouskhelichvili
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Hello, I hope you and your family are doing great! 

I am considering launching a new TypeScript course. But I don't want to do just another course like the other already available courses. I want to create something different.

That's why I need your help. 🙏

Tell me, what subjects would you like to learn? What is currently missing in other courses? What would you like this course to focus on?

I am eagerly waiting for your reply!

Tip of the week

Let's say you want to define an update function that accepts a parameter with a defined interface. But you don't want to pass an object that implements the whole interface, just the portion you need. Which type would you use to do it?

Easy! You need to use the Partial utility type.

The Partial type is used to simplify type generation when you need to make ALL the properties from a type optional.


The Partial type gives you access to the IntelliSense autocomplete when passing the object to the update function.

Cool right?

Article of the week

For today's article, we will revise the Required utility type in TypeScript. We will see what it is AND when to use it. Also, we will see how to require only one property.

Find out more by reading this article.

Blog update

I added a new quiz on Git to the blog. You can check it out here.

I am also slowly grouping the articles into better tags so users can find related articles more easily.

YouTube update

Did you know I had a YouTube channel where I regularly post on TypeScript, React, and JavaScript?

Check out my most recent video here.

Thank you for reading. 

See you next week!

Tim M.

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