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Fortune Ikechi
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May 23, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

Build a Spotify clone with React and ts-audio

Fortune Ikechi Fortune Ikechi is a frontend engineer based in Rivers State, Nigeria. He is a student of the University of Port Harcourt. He is passionate about community and software engineering processes.

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3 Replies to "Build a Spotify clone with React and ts-audio"

  1. Why did you use a library ts-audio that has 21 weekly downloads? Isn’t that a little risky? Or it’s just my paranoia and there’s nothing to be afraid of 😀

    1. Oftentimes, we should use highly downloaded packages. It’s always risky using 21-weekly-download package.

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