Webinar: “React+TypeScript+TDD in PyCharm” with Paul Everitt

ReactJS is wildly popular and thus wildly supported. TypeScript is increasingly popular, and thus increasingly supported.

The two together? Not as much. Given that they both change quickly, it’s hard to find accurate learning materials.

React+TypeScript, with PyCharm? That three-part combination is the topic of this webinar. We’ll show a little about a lot. Meaning, the key steps to getting productive, in PyCharm, for React projects using TypeScript. Along the way we’ll show test-driven development and emphasize tips-and-tricks in the IDE.

  • Wednesday, October 16
  • 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CEST (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT)
  • Aimed at intermediate web developers familiar with React
  • Register here

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About This Webinar

This webinar is based on a 12 part tutorial with write-ups, videos, and working code for each step. The tutorial covers: getting started with Jest testing, debugging, TSX, functional components, sharing props with types, class based components, interfaces, testing event handlers, and “dumb” components.

You could, of course, skip this webinar and go through the material. Or you could go through the material and use the webinar to ask questions. Either way, we’ll give a quick treatment of each topic.

As a note, I’ll be doing this same webinar, but in webinars with IntelliJ and Rider, later in the year.

One final point: the tutorial and this webinar teach React+TS while sitting in tests, rather than the browser. It’s a productive way to work and makes for a good learning experience.

Speaking To You

Paul is the PyCharm Developer Advocate at JetBrains. Before that, Paul was a co-founder of Zope Corporation, taking the first open source application server through $14M of funding. Paul has bootstrapped both the Python Software Foundation and the Plone Foundation. Paul was an officer in the US Navy, starting www.navy.mil in 1993.

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