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Paul Cowan
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Apr 19, 2021 ⋅ 3 min read

Boost your productivity with TypeScript project references

Paul Cowan Contract software developer.

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2 Replies to "Boost your productivity with TypeScript project references"

  1. Hey, Great article! It looks like at some point you may have changed the name of shared code from `core` to `common` and didn’t replace it throughout the examples. (Same with `tsconfig-base.json` vs. `ts-config.base.json`) Additionally, given the described folder structure, I believe the relative paths are incorrect for `extends`.

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