In modern blockchains, if some node wants to verify a block, it either has to be a full node storing the whole network state, or it has to continuously ask some remote storage for various parts of it. Each of these solutions possesses either inconveniences (storing 100+ GB of data) or risks (the storage forging the data it sends you).
An Oradian frontend developer Domagoj Cerjan utilizes Typescript for bringing the mentioned rules to the surface and thereby saving software engineers’ time. He makes one of the most commonly used WebGL functions - a function which uploads an image to a texture - gl.texImage2d safe from runtime errors.
Dive deeper into the beauty of Typescript by reading the Domagoj’s post for Serokell.
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