Hyperlogs on Product Hunt
We launched Hyperlogs last week and were very excited to see it on the frontpage of Product Hunt :). Check us out and let us know what you think.
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The Rise Of The State Machines
An Introduction to Algebraic Data Types and Structural Pattern Matching in TypeScript
This blog post provides examples of two ways to approximate structural pattern matching in TypeScript.
Real Time Apps with TypeScript: Integrating Web Sockets, Node & Angular
In this post, Luis Aviles will show you how I implemented the app from scratch.
Six Tiny But Awesome ES7 + ES8 Features
In this post, David Walsh points out some of the "small" functionality that ES7 and ES8 brought us!
Tools & Code
Visualizing Your Time Series Data from InfluxDB with Rickshaw
Margo Schaedel shows how to visualize your time series data from InfluxDB with Rickshaw.
headless-devtools: Perform Chrome DevTools Actions From Code
Lets you perform Chrome DevTools actions from code by leveraging Headless Chrome+Puppeteer.