Make Redux Store Magic With Some OOP Approach

IT’S being a while since we started using Typescript in our project (thanks God!) and in fact it offers own way to develop applications. The thing is that ES6 and Typescript offer your code to be more object-oriented. Some people prefer more functional programming in JS but I feel like we can achieve more on the edge of both worlds — object-oriented programming and functional programming. In this article I want…

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Frontend dev @ Catawiki.com, Amsterdam, NL. TypeScript, Angular, React, Webpack, NodeJS. We also can talk about surfing or snowboarding twitter.com/n0th1ng_else

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Sergey Nikitin

Sergey Nikitin

Frontend dev @ Catawiki.com, Amsterdam, NL. TypeScript, Angular, React, Webpack, NodeJS. We also can talk about surfing or snowboarding twitter.com/n0th1ng_else

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