In my previous post, I showed you how to create a simple TypeScript declaration file. In this post, I will take that declaration file, and I will show you what you need to do to publish it to DefinitelyTyped.
Previously, I had the issue that the greek-utils library I was using didn’t offer TypeScript types. Today I’m going to build this declaration file.
Hello everyone! In one of my previous posts, I mentioned that I want to start using aliases more, and I presented my Git aliases. Today I will expand my aliases collections with Docker aliases.
Most of us think that starting is the most challenging part of achieving a goal. Nevertheless, I would argue that starting is the most straightforward part. In the beginning, you are quickly motivated because you start something new and break your routine.
Hello everyone! Today I decided to finally do something I postponed for a very long time, which is to set up my Git aliases.
Hello everyone! In this post, I will touch on a workflow subject. More specifically, on how to keep your local environment clean from project-related dependencies.
If you carefully observe the software development industry, you will realize that technology comes and goes rapidly. Many young developers face the problem of not knowing what technology or what stack to learn. If everything is moving on so fast, how do you know what is the right stack to learn?
Today, we continue refactoring the chatbot project, but this time we focus on the web application structure as well as the main logic of the bot that involves all the reactions to the user input.
In the previous post, I introduced you to Pop my Telegram chatbot, and I told you its story thus far. This one is more technical.