How to Extend Express Request With Session in Typescript (TS2339 error)

You’ve got a Node.js back-end server running Express and want to store sessions. You use TypeScript for your server. Let’s see some example code. Excerpt: // src/resolvers/AuthResolver.ts import { MyContext } from '../graphql-types/MyContext'; // more imports // { ... } @Mutation(() => UserResponse) async login( @Arg("input") { email, password }: AuthInput, @Ctx() ctx: MyContext ): Promise<UserResponse> { const user = await User.findOne({ where: { email } }) if (!
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More Learning Resources During COVID-19 Outbreak Part 3

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