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Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript : Part 1: Compiling TypeScript to JavaScript

This is the first part in a series of blog posts on Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeSript: Compiling TypeScript to JavaScript (this post) Why TypeScript? In case you’re new to TypeScript, Wikipedia defines TypeScript in the following way (paraphrased): TypeScript is designed for development of large applications and transcompiles to JavaScript. It is a strict superset of JavaScript ...

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Cross-platform Single Page Applications with ASP.NET 5, Angular 2 & TypeScript

[purchase_link id=”6942″ text=”Download” style=”button” color=”blue”] ASP.NET 5 and Angular 2 are probably the hottest new frameworks in terms of both of them are entirely re-written from scratch. We, as web developers are more than eager to test both of these two super promising frameworks and get ready to build cutting-edge applications. After writing the Building Single Page Applications using Web ...

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Screencast: TypeScript – Setup Your Working Environment

First of all, this is my first screencast ever, so be patient. The idea is to quickly demonstrate how you can setup your working environment s.t. you can start playing around with TypeScript. Enjoy! Reference: Screencast: TypeScript – Setup Your Working Environment from our NCG partner Juri Strumpflohner at the Juri Strumpflohner’s TechBlog blog.

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Articles regarding ReactJs, ASP.NET, IoT, ReSharper and Xaml

Welcome to 1Gig Tech update! In today’s edition, there are 13 articles on technology, news, open source, community on the fantastic and ever evolving technology world. Working with React and TypeScript Let’s get started! Download an install Node.js from https://nodejs.org. Open Source Software from Microsoft for Academics (Safe TypeScript Compiler) Always open. Often cross platform. Try it. Open source is a ...

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TypeScript, AngularJS, Gulp and Bower in Visual Studio 2015

Either you are a Back-end Web developer or a Front-end one, you must have realized that there are some frameworks and tools that have gained the poll position in Web application development. Which are these? Go ahead, search and download a client-side library, plugin or package. It’s 100% percentage sure, that you will be prompted to run one of the ...

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Working with views in Griffin.Yo

Griffin.Yo is a SPA library written in typescript. My goal is to create a simple library which is easy to get started with, but powerful enough to support building complex web applications. This post will show you how you can work with views in Griffin.Yo. Views are simple HTML pages. They do not contain or facilitate a template language. All ...

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The data mapper in Griffin Framework now includes a fluent api

The data mapper in Griffin.Framework have been updated to support fluent mapping and some other new features. Like in previous versions you do not need to do anything special in your mappings if the table matches the class. Just create an empty mapping class: public class MyMapper : CrudEntityMapper<MyEntity> { public MyMapper() : base("TableName") { } } It’s when you ...

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Griffin Editor – A Markdown editor written in TypeScript.

Griffin Editor is a markdown editor with support for keyboard shortcuts, syntax highlighting, theming, preview etc. My last check in for Griffin Editor was about three years ago. When I wrote the last version I barely knew how to write modular JavaScript libraries. I still don’t. That’s why TypeScript is so nice :) The editor is much easier to extend ...

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