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Leonardo Maldonado
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Jun 5, 2020 ⋅ 5 min read

Getting started with TypeScript generics

Leonardo Maldonado Fullstack developer. JavaScript, React, TypeScript, GraphQL.

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2 Replies to "Getting started with TypeScript generics"

  1. Good morning! Thanks for writing a nice article on Generics. I noticed that before the last example, you forgot to actually use the ‘extends’ keyword. Have a nice day.

  2. Good morning! Thanks for writing a nice article on Generics. I noticed that before the last example, you forgot to actually use the ‘extends’ keyword. Have a nice day.

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