How to ensure that TypeScript definition files are in the final build

While working recently on an NPM library built with Rollout, I noticed that the folder structure changed, and some TypeScript definition files, the .d.ts ones, weren't in the final build where they were supposed to be. After fixing this, I created an integrity checker that ensured that all TypeScript definition files were there they should… Continue reading How to ensure that TypeScript definition files are in the final build

How micro frontends can make or break app development

Micro frontends are an architecture inspired by microservices proposing that web apps can be build and thought of as a composition of smaller apps, each one specialized in a certain feature and owned by a team that focuses in the feature offered. Since they're independent apps, this also means that they can be built using… Continue reading How micro frontends can make or break app development

TypeScript: make selected properties optional with Partial & Omit

When you use the utility Partial on a type, it will make all the type properties optional. Let's see how we can compose this utility with another one, Omit, to make optional only certain properties of this type. We'll finally create a utility type using TypeScript generics to apply this on any type we want.… Continue reading TypeScript: make selected properties optional with Partial & Omit

How to write a competitive tech resume to get that interview you want

When you're job hunting is important to craft your tech resume in a way that passes the ATS scanner, a software that checks if your resume is a good match for the job, and also to make it easy to understand to recruiters. Let's see some tips on how to improve your tech resume to… Continue reading How to write a competitive tech resume to get that interview you want