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How to enable @ experimentalDecorators in next.config.js or babelrc

Hi if someone would help me, I wanna use @Decorators on my nextjs app, but I get the following error. Hope someone knows what Im doin wrong Error message: Syntax error: Support for the experimental syntax ‘decorators-legacy’ isn’t currently enabled: I’m trying to use typeorm / type-graphql to generate my backend in an app subfolder. […]

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Is it possible to configure wdio to make use of different tsconfig files?

I’m trying to get wdio setup to run our React TypeScript app. The problem is that it only works if I modify the tsconfig.json file itself to make use of the required types, change module to commonjs and set isolatedModules to false: { "compilerOptions": { "target": "es5", "lib": [ "dom", "dom.iterable", "esnext" ], "allowJs": true, […]

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Unexpected token “export” using babel in docker container with docker-compose and typescript monorepo

I have been struggling with the following issue over the last couple days and can’t seem to track it down. I have a typescript monorepo with a shared package that I am trying to develop in docker using docker-compose. I can run them all directly from my local machine with yarn and everything boots up […]

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TypeScript not finding variable declared in type declaration if I import a file

I made a very simple library which contains a .d.ts (source) which has the following structure (I omit the details because the file works fine, it likely is a config issue in my project): // Some helper types and interfaces type TranslationFunction = /* … */; export { TranslationFunction }; Then, I do npm i […]

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Why is this React Typescript app throwing errors?

I just created a new React app using npx create-react-app my-app –template typescript and it was working fine until I changed my component to from a stateless one to a stateful one. The error: JSX element type ‘App’ is not a constructor function for JSX elements. TS2605 3 | import App from “./App”; 4 | […]

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Typescript cannot find module defined in paths

I have a typescript application that has paths for absolute imports. My tsconfig looks like this: { “compilerOptions”: { “baseUrl”: “.”, “paths”: { “utils*”: [“src/utils*”], “operations*”: [“src/operations*”], “actions*”: [“src/actions*”], “components*”: [“src/components*”], “constants*”: [“src/constants*”], }, “outDir”: “dist”, “module”: “esnext”, “target”: “esnext”, “moduleResolution”: “node”, “noEmit”: true, “lib”: [“es2017”, “dom”], “noUnusedLocals”: true, “sourceMap”: true, “skipLibCheck”: true, “allowJs”: true, […]

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Nuxt TypeScript error: nuxt:typescript Cannot find module ‘@/my-module’

I have setup Nuxt with TypeScript using the instructions from https://typescript.nuxt.org. The transition was pretty seamless and ok, except that I can’t get rid of this error that nuxt:typescript “Cannot find module”, which obviously is a false-positive. My imports look like this: import InputField from ‘@/components/InputField.vue’ I have tried with ~/ and without the .vue […]

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Jest & React & Typescript & React-Testing-Library error

I have a React/NextJS project setup using Typescript and am adding unit testing with Jest and React Testing Library. A unit test for my component looks like this: import React from ‘react’; import ‘@testing-library/jest-dom/extend-expect’; import { render } from ‘@testing-library/react’; import AppLayout from ‘.’; describe(‘<AppLayout>’, () => { it(‘renders children’, () => { const children […]

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“Navbar refers to a value, but is being used as a type here” when trying to render a shallow copy of my component when testing

I am trying to write a test to my React component, using TypeScript, Jest as my test runner and Enzyme for testing my React components. Whenever I pass my component into the shallow Enzyme function, I get the ts error “‘Navbar’ refers to a value, but is being used as a type here.”, and underneath […]

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How to correctly type the apply method for browser console logging functions?

I’ve written the below class to capture the console.log function in my app so I can review the logs on devices where I can’t easily access the browser console and so later I can bundle the captured logs when reporting errors. In order to get it working, I’ve had to add ts-ignore like this: // […]