Tharaka Romesh
May 25, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

Using Ultra, the new React web framework

Tharaka Romesh Tharaka is a software engineer at 99x and a technical writer.

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2 Replies to "Using Ultra, the new React web framework"

  1. Why would somebody mix up html and typescript… It’s logical to separate them from each other… This is a great no go

  2. Nice tutorial. The part I’m not getting is: the described tasks all launch a `server.ts` file, but that’s not mentioned anywhere, neither in the article nor as some import, as far as I can see. Could you clarify on that?

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