Mastering Type Guarding in TypeScript: Examples and Applications

TypeScript, a statically typed superset of JavaScript, has become the language of choice for many developers due to its ability to catch errors at compile-time, making code more reliable and maintainable. One of the key features that sets TypeScript apart is its support for type guarding, a powerful mechanism for working with different types in a safe and expressive manner. In this blog post, we’ll explore what type guarding is, how it works, and provide real-world examples and applications.

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