Ohans Emmanuel
Oct 6, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

How to dynamically assign properties to an object in TypeScript

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3 Replies to "How to dynamically assign properties to an object in TypeScript"

  1. I know this is explicitly for TypeScript, and I think type declarations should always be first. But in general, you can also use a Map object. If it’s really meant to by dynamic, might as well utilize the power of Map.

  2. Hi, thanks for your valuable article
    please consider ‘keyof type’ in TypeScript, and add this useful solution if you are happy
    have nice time

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