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May 1, 2023 ⋅ 7 min read

Using TypeScript generics to create reusable components

Ishan Manandhar Ishan is a passionate product designer and frontend developer. He likes learning and implementing new tech stacks. He frequently writes blogs and also runs his YouTube channel, For Those Who Code.

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One Reply to "Using TypeScript generics to create reusable components"

  1. “and that it will take a parameter of item, which is a type of array consisting of numbers. Finally, this function returns a value, which is also an array of numbers.

    As you can see, we have already introduced a few constraints inside of our code. Let’s say want to loop through an array of numbers instead ”
    array of numbers instead of an array of numbers?

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