For those familiar with TypeScript, you may already know about typeguards and how useful they can be. If you are not familiar with typeguards, i’d recommend checking them out. There are plenty of guides and resources available on the topic:
While there are many great resources already available, most of the examples given deal with pretty small data structures or only deal with the validity of one field.
At my current place of employment, we use typeguards heavily to verify that API responses are what we expect them to be and that objects are of the right…
So I just spent about four hours trying to figure out how to build an Angular table with a working sort header… I figured I’d post a quick tutorial/guide here in an attempt to save y’all some headache.
Hope this helps!
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