TypeScript Template Literal Types: Practical Use-Cases for Improved Code Quality

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    TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that compiles to clean JavaScript output.

  • In recent years, TypeScript has become an indispensable tool for many JavaScript developers, offering type safety, improved code maintainability, and enhanced developer experience with many advanced type features, like generic types, type guards and conditional types. One of the powerful features introduced in TypeScript 4.1 is template literal types which provide greater flexibility and control over string literal types.

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  • In TypeScript, a string literal type is a type that represents a specific set of string values. For example, the type "red" | "green" | "blue" represents the set of three string values "red", "green", and "blue". Template literal types allow you to perform operations on these string literal types using the same syntax as template literal strings in JavaScript.

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