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What’s Great About TypeScript ESLint v8 + The “Trough of Disillusionment” in Adoption with Josh Goldberg cover image

What’s Great About TypeScript ESLint v8 + The “Trough of Disillusionment” in Adoption with Josh Goldberg

In this episode of Modern Web, Josh Goldberg discusses the benefits of TypeScript ESLint v8 and as well as other various topics related to JavaScript tools, AI in coding, and industry dynamics. Josh breaks down the latest version of TypeScript ESLint, v8. He points out the big performance boosts and introduces the cool new feature of type-aware linting. With this, developers can catch potential errors and follow best practices by using TypeScript's static type checking. This not only cuts down on bugs but also makes the code easier to read and maintain. Tracy and Josh talk about the importance of using the right tools for better coding results. They discuss how the Gartner hype cycle can influence developers' choices and warn against adopting tools just because they’re trendy. Instead, they suggest carefully evaluating tools based on specific needs and project requirements. By picking the right tools, developers can simplify their workflows, improve code quality, and get better outcomes overall. The conversation also touches on the impact of companies like Vercel and the unexpected consequences in tech development. While new tools and technologies can be super beneficial, they can also bring unexpected challenges. It’s important for developers to be aware of these potential issues and address them to ensure smooth development and successful projects. They also chat about the "trough of disillusionment" in tech adoption and mention upcoming typed linting tools which aim to further improve code quality and developer productivity. Lastly, the two talk about the SquiggleConf conference, which focuses on web development tools. They explain the term "squiggle" in error indicators and why clear, informative error messages are important for helping developers debug and troubleshoot. The conference is a great place for developers to learn about the latest web development tools and share tips on improving the developer experience. Check it out on October 3-4, 2024 in Boston, MA! Download this episode here....

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Integrating Next.js with New Relic

Check out our detailed guide on integrating New Relic’s application monitoring with Next.js....