◭ TypeScript in React is often used for defining Component's Props types, and alternatively, PropTypes can be used. Although they have similar purposes--type-checking--they work in different ways and are beneficial in their own ways. In this talk, I would share the differences between these tools and their relevance to React applications. In addition, I'll share simpler ways of combining both in applications.
◭ Dillion (@iamdillion) is a Software Engineer at ThisDot and a Technical writer at many publications. He is passionate about learning, building, and simplifying topics around the web via articles and videos.
This talk has been recorded during TypeScript Berlin/Sevilla Meetup. Join our TypeScript Berlin Meetup group here: https://www.meetup.com/TypeScript-Berlin
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