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TypeScript Express tutorial #14. Code optimization with Mongoose Lean Queries

This entry is part 14 of 15 in the TypeScript Express tutorial

Mongoose does quite a bit of heavy-lifting for us. It is immensely useful, but not necessary in every case. In this article, we explore the Mongoose documents more and learn what we can achieve by giving up their benefits. Mongoose Document In the second part of this series, we’ve created our first models. They allow […]

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More advanced types with TypeScript generics

Previously, we’ve discussed the basics of TypeScript Generics. This time, we take them to a higher level. In this article, we learn about index types. To do so, we also explore union types, the keyof keyword, and string literal types. Today we also learn mapped types and use them with conditional types. Index types Generics are very useful in many situations. […]

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TypeScript Express tutorial #13. Using Mongoose virtuals to populate documents

This entry is part 13 of 15 in the TypeScript Express tutorial

Throughout this series, we’ve created some schemas and models for documents. We’ve also established ways to define relationships between them. We sometimes find ourselves needing many different properties in our documents. They sometimes overlap each other, and we might want to avoid duplicating the data in the database. Also, we might want to avoid two-way […]

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Applying SOLID principles to your TypeScript code

The SOLID principles were defined quite some time ago and are still relatable. Their goal is to make our software easier to understand, read, and extend. We accredit this concept to Robert C. Martin from his paper from the year 2000. The actual SOLID acronym was defined later, though. In this article, we go through all […]