Archive for the ‘TypeScript’ Category

TypeScript at Slack

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An excellent subhead by Felix Rieseberg: How I Learned to Stop Worrying & Trust the Compiler. I'd wager that some of the popularity of SCSS was due to that fact that any valid CSS was valid SCSS, so you could baby step into SCSS on an existing codebase...

An Introduction to TypeScript: Static Typing for the Web

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“Oh, I’m using Gulp because of reason A” or “Oh, I’m using Redux because of reason B”. You hear these sorts of things from front-end developers all the time. It’s become fashionable to use new ways of improving on JavaScript’s old fault...

Build Your Own Chrome Extension Using Angular 2 & TypeScript

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Chrome extensions are small web applications that add features to the Google Chrome browser. They can extend and customize browser behavior, the developer tools or the new tabs page. Extensions can be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store. In this tuto...

Creating Components in Angular 2 with Typescript and ES5

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This article was peer reviewed by Stephan Max, Jeff Smith and Ravi Kiran. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! As the year draws to a close, the Angular team is closer than ever to releasing a s...

Experiment with ECMAScript 6 on Babylon.js with TypeScript 1.5

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This article is part of a web development series from Microsoft. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Since releasing babylon.js, the WebGL open-source gaming framework, a couple of years ago, we (with help from the commun...

10 Essential SublimeText Plugins for JavaScript Developers

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Sublime Text is a great application for just about any developer to have in their toolbox. It is a cross platform, highly customizable, advanced text editor and sits nicely between full featured IDEs (which are notoriously resource hungry) and command ...

Getting Started with Angular 2 using TypeScript

The current stable version of Angular (i.e, Angular 1.x) was built using the features of ES5 and was meant to work on most of the browsers including some of the older versions of IE. The framework was designed based on the features available in JavaScr...