Speakers: Paul Everitt
React is the most popular frontend framework and TypeScript is one of the hottest languages. The combination? Common, but barely. With test-driven development? Thin ice.
In this hands-on session we write a simple React counter application in TypeScript. But with a different approach: instead of constantly reloading a browser, we write tests in Jest and only visit the browser as a final step. We also see how to put the WebStorm IDE to work to get the productivity benefits promised by TypeScript.
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