In my previous post I looked at a few reasons that I’ve seen given for thinking that fluent interfaces are “not all that.” I personally think that fluent interfaces can add some serious benefits to developers.
Page 2 of 2
Are fluent interfaces evil? (As some might suggest)… I don’t think so. In fact, I think they are great.
I plan on doing a few posts around this topic in the coming days / weeks (I’m pretty busy…). I wanted to start by addressing some common arguments I’ve come across.
The more I use TypeScript the more I realize how powerful it really is. TypeScript decorators are one of those fantastic features that let you do things like automate common tasks and create isolated modules that can be reused. TypeScript constructor decorators allow you to do some really fancy stuff. Keep reading.