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TypeScript + React: Children types are broken

Stefan Baumgartner

Written by @ddprrt

Posted in TypeScript, React

I currently work with a couple of newcomers to React and teach them both TypeScript and React to create apps. It’s fun, and for me who’s been using that for a while now, it’s a great way of seeing this piece of tech through fresh eyes.

It’s also great to see that some of them use React in a way you’d never envisioned it. What’s not so great is if you encounter situations where React throws an error (and possibly crashes your app), where TypeScript doesn’t even flinch. One of these situations happened recently, and I fear there won’t be an easy fix to it.

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