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Ogundipe Samuel
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Oct 16, 2023 ⋅ 9 min read

How to use TypeScript with React: A tutorial with examples

Ogundipe Samuel Software engineer and technical writer.

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8 Replies to "How to use TypeScript with React: A tutorial with examples"

  1. This is the error I get when first running `npm run magic`

    nvalid configuration object. Webpack has been initialized using a configuration object that does not match the API schema.
    – configuration.module has an unknown property ‘loaders’. These properties are valid:
    object { defaultRules?, exprContextCritical?, exprContextRecursive?, exprContextRegExp?, exprContextRequest?, generator?, noParse?, parser?, rules?, strictExportPresence?, strictThisContextOnImports?, unknownContextCritical?, unknownContextRecursive?, unknownContextRegExp?, unknownContextRequest?, unsafeCache?, wrappedContextCritical?, wrappedContextRecursive?, wrappedContextRegExp? }
    -> Options affecting the normal modules (`NormalModuleFactory`).
    Did you mean module.rules or module.rules.*.use?

    bundle.js is never created. Don’t know how to get past this.

  2. By far the best introduction into React used together with TypeScript. Nice and simple project. Thumbs up for that 🙂

  3. This seems like a great guide but I can’t get this to work with Ubuntu 20.04. When I run “npm link typescript”, I get a few errors, such as gulpfile not found and such. Perhaps it’s something with my operating system but this guide isn’t one I can recommend to anyone. I’ll change my stance once my issue gets resolved.

    1. I got the same error. Eventually discovered this error will occur if no linking is necessary. I proceeded to verify typescript version and complete the tutorial successfully, despite the gulpfile error.

  4. Yes! Really helpful. Thank you. In my solution i had to add some tsconfig and open index.html manually in browser.

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