How to create your own TypeScript type definition files (.d.ts) and contribute to DefinitelyTyped on GitHub. It is Saturday evening and it’s raining a lot in Ireland.
So I decided to spend some time on Twitter looking for interesting TypeScript news. Over the last year I’ve been using the @DubTypeScript account to share TypeScript news. This is the official account of the Dublin TypeScript Meetup which is based in Dublin (Ireland) and is organized by myself. I was searching for interesting tweets when I found the following one: When I saw this tweet I was automatically thrilled because it is AWESOME when you find an opportunity to help the community like this.
I really think it is sad that only a small percentage of all the software engineers out there contribute to open source. Hoodie aims to be one of open source’s most diverse and inclusive communities - opensource.com And the “Your First PR” initiative: Your First PR helps you get started contributing to Open Source by showcasing great starter issues on Github and elsewhere. - Your First PR Head to the main file to see its source code. TypeScript Tutorial. How to create your own TypeScript type definition files (.d.ts) and contribute to DefinitelyTyped on GitHub.
Learn TypeScript for beginners. TypeScript 2.0 Awesomeness. Over the past few years, TypeScript has iterated and greatly improved developer ergonomics.
With our efforts on Dojo 2, we’ve been very excited about many of the features and improvements made, including several key improvements that have landed for TypeScript 2, which is currently in beta release! Control flow type analysis TypeScript 2 adds a major improvement in the type analysis of code. Now types are narrowed and widened recognizing the flow of the code. Previously, there were limits where you could allow narrowing of a type within a closure before, but when outside of the block, it would reset the type. With TypeScript 2.0, the code is statically analyzed and types are narrowed, widened or changed in line with the logic of the code. ES2015 (ES6) + Typescript Tutorial - 24 - Introduction to Modules. ES2015 (ES6) + Typescript Tutorial - 27 - Default Exports. Developing An Angular 2 Application With TypeScript. Download source - 9.4 MB Introduction This article is part 2 and a follow up to the previous article Developing And Deploying An Angular 2 Application with Visual Studio 2015 which discussed how to configure Visual Studio Professional 2015 for Angular 2 development and production deployment.
The Code Project article can be found at: The previous article also stepped through using Gulp to package an Angular 2 application for both development and production release purposes including the bundling and injecting of HTML templates into Angular 2 components. This article will dig into some of the key aspects of the Angular 2 and TypeScript code for the sample customer maintenance application included in both articles. Get started with writing TypeScript today! Tabs vs. spaces isn’t the only big discussion point in the world of programming.
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Working... TypeScript Tutorial 11: Function Overloading. Configuring Webpack with Typescript ← David Barreto. In a previous post, “A Gentle Introduction to Webpack“, we explore how to setup a very basic Webpack build to transpile ES6 code to ES5.
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In this blog post we are going to cover a basic setup for working with Typescript and Typings in a Node environment. This is the starting point of many other post on this blog. The first step in the process is to create a working directory. We are going to use the generic name project-name but feel free to use a more meaningful name for your own project. TypeScript – Is It Worth Using? Easily build powerful user management, authentication, and authorization into your web and mobile applications.Download this Forrester report on the new landscape of Customer Identity and Access Management, brought to you in partnership with Stormpath. CoffeeScript was the first compiler that appeared on my radar a few years back, and after spending a bit of time playing around with it, I wasn’t convinced.