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I hope this article gets you as fired up as I am about testing. Not because testing is cool, but because it’s extremely boring. So skip the manual testing and automate it all away.
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Today, I’m full-on sold on TypeScript. I’m what you’d call a late adopter of these weird, yet wonderful type definitions people kept hassling me about. If you’re still unsure if types are for you – let me tell you a bit about the reasons that made me fall in love.
This article will show you why semantics on the web is important, what kind of semantic elements are built into HTML, and how you can use them in your apps.