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Completed on 2019-09-27
About the Book
You know that piece of code your teammates hate to touch? The one that keeps producing bugs?...
Much like a garden, our code will become overgrown with "weeds" if ignored. What if there was a way to identify these weeds? And, what if there was an approachable way to learn how we can fix these issues? That's what this book is about.
You'll learn some of the main causes of unhealthy code, tips to identify them and techniques to address them.
10 Copies Team Discount
Great for book clubs and learning how to keep your code healthy as a team!
- About TypeScript
- What Is Refactoring?
- Why Refactor At All?
- When Should I Refactor?
Null Checks Everywhere!
- Null Object Pattern
- Special Case Pattern
- Combine Conditionals
- Extracting Methods From Conditionals
- Extracting Conditional Logic To Explicit Classes
- Pipe Classes
- Guard Clauses
- Gate Classes
- Value Objects
- Deceptive Booleans
Lengthy Method Signatures
- Create A Reusable Private Method
- Extract Data Objects
Methods That Never End
- Give It a Name
- Being Strategic
- One Of These Things Is Not Like The Others
- Speak Or Listen
Messy Object Creation
- Factory Functions
- Combining Refactoring Techniques
- This Is Just The Beginning!
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