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TypeScript — Module Augmentation Overwrites Declarations Instead of Merging Them

TypeScript comes with a feature called declaration merging. Declaration merging means that the TypeScript compiler merges two or more separate declarations that use the same name into a single definition. Merging definitions is helpful if you’re extending a contract with custom functionality and want to tell TypeScript about the …

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Node.js — Check if a Path is a File URL

Node.js includes the needed functionality to interact with files on your local hard disk. Typically, you’re referencing files on disk using a file path. This path can have different formats, like a relative or an absolute path or a file URL. With the transition to ECMAScript modules developers …

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Node.js — Check if a Path is a Socket

Interacting with files on your local hard disk is a common task in application development. Node.js comes with the necessary tooling to do so. The Node.js fs core module provides lots of functions to read, write, delete, and interact with files and directories. This tutorial shows you how …

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