Full-Stack development just reached a whole new level of productivity. Isomorphic TypeScript APIs, as I call them, blur the lines between client and server. Without any compile time step, the developer receives immediate feedback when they make a change to the API. You can easily jump between the client and server code because after all, it's the same code.
The video shows the API definition of a mutation on the left tab and the client implementation to call the mutation on the right tab. When we're changing an input field name or type of the mutation, the client code will immediately reflect the changes and show us the errors in the IDE. This immediate feedback loop is a game changer for full-stack development.
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Let's talk about the history of Isomorphic TypeScript APIs, how they work, the benefits and the drawbacks, and how you can get started with them.