Danilo Caruso

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How We Bundle Delve Using Webpack

My name is Petar Paar and I’m an engineer working on Delve Web. I will show you how we build and bundle our front-end code and explain you how we …

TypeScript and Angular 2

I would like to ask the team: Do you have plans to make types available at runtime? Not just classes and primitive types (as "design:paramtypes" …

Node.js Application written in Typescript with MongoDB, Express and Socket.io.

Step by step development of a Node.js application in Typescript using Express and MongoDB with real-time update using Socket.io

What's New in TypeScript?

Great stuff!<br>Can we get the code from the talk somewhere?<p>I'm VERY Interested in that .d.ts for promised-io!<p>Daniel,<br>If you compile promisified-io.ts …

TypeScript 2.0 Preview

Anders Hejlsberg returned to Microsoft's Build conference in 2016 to talk about the current state of TypeScript and show off some amazing features …

MoqJS - Mocking Library for Javascript and Typescript

Introduction<p>This is a simple framework for testing JavaScript/typescript based on the .NET Moq framework.<p>Background<p>I was a .NET programmer and was …

Angular 2 workflow in WebStorm

WebStorm is well-known for its AngularJS 1 support. WebStorm 2016.1 introduces lots of new exciting features in Angular 2 support. Combining that …

Angular 1 from JavaScript to TypeScript

Recently I had a great opportunity to sit down with brilliant and humble friend Chris Martin to film a Play by Play video for Pluralsight. Chris had …

JavaScript

Google’s Angular 2 Framework Hits Beta

Angular 2, Google’s framework for building mobile and web apps in HTML and JavaScript, is now in beta.<p>Google first announced Angular 2, which represents a significant (and controversial) break from Angular 1, in September 2014. Since then, it’s gone through an alpha and developer preview. By …