Unexpected Discoveries in TypeORM 0.3.11
Too Long; Didn't ReadThis article is about an unexpected discovery made while working with TypeORM, an Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) tool that is designed to work with TypeScript. The author upgraded the project to the latest version 0.3.11 and found some incompatible changes that they liked, some they were okay with, and others they didn't like. One of the things they liked was that the .findOne() or findOneBy() methods will no longer return undefined, instead they will return null. One of the things they were okay with was the new version's stricter requirement to pass the whole FindOptions object to the .find() method. One of the things they didn't like was that the new version handles null and undefined values of where parameters unexpectedly.