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When to Use the Non-Null Assertion Operator in Angular

Jennifer Wadella

When to use the Non-null Assertion Operator in Angular in Strict mode.

posted in Angular on March 31, 2021 by Jennifer Wadella


When to Use the Non-Null Assertion Operator in Angular

Jennifer Wadella by Jennifer Wadella

If you've recently made the switch to using Strict Mode for Angular, good job, you're on your way to writing better code and governing a more maintainable codebase! However, your team may encounter new TypeScript "errors" they haven't seen before, like "Property 'myClassMember' has no initializer and is not definitely assigned in the constructor.ts". To find out more about this error and how to resolve it using the Non-null Assertion Operator, check out my post on dev.to here: https://dev.to/bitovi/non-null-assertion-operator-in-angular-g5l

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