Logo by A.I. generator (prompt: typia, typescript, superfast)
In this weekend, I’ve made a guide documents homepage of
- Summary of typia
- Only one line required, with Pure TypeScript type
- Runtime Validator is 20,000x faster than
- JSON serialization is 200x faster than
Until I made the above official guide homepage, I had only maintained the user manual as a README document in the typia repository. This is because for the past year, we have been developing with priorities on function development and performance tuning.
However, after creating a guide homepage this time, sharing it with developers in my country and receiving feedback, I feel like I should have made this guide homepage sooner. I realized that people feel more stable and trustworthy when there is an official guide homepage than when there was only a simple readme document.
In the meantime, I thought that my library typia would become famous by simply having good functions and convenient usage, and I had neglected the documentation a little, but it turned out to be a good experience. I have introduced typia several times in this dev.to, but I am sorry that I should have made a guide homepage first before writing those introduction articles.
I wrote down the feelings I felt while making the guide homepage. Thanks for reading.
p.s) The guide homepage was made with nextra.