Immer 7, applying the open-closed principle to UI compononents, and React + TypeScript Cheatsheets
current utility to create snapshot of a draft in the middle of a produce
✅ Support for getters / setters (should help with MobX, Vue etc)
✅ Many other small fixes and improvements
The open-closed principle comes from the early days of object-oriented programming and states that "software entities (like classes, modules, functions, etc.) should be open for extension, but closed for modification." This article demonstrates a simple example of applying the open/closed principle to a UI component in React or Angular.
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