Archives / 2013 / January
  • TypeScript Fundamentals Course Released on

    Over the past few months I’ve have been digging into TypeScript and learning the ins and outs of the language. If you’re new to TypeScript, it’s a language that provides a way to write modular code that includes support for types (string, number, bool, etc.) and compiles down to JavaScript. It’s definitely interesting especially if you’d like to catch issues upfront rather than after the fact. For more information on TypeScript check out my Getting Started with TypeScript – Classes, Static Types and Interfaces post.

  • What's Hot in the World of JavaScript and SPAs?

    Client-side development continues to be more and more popular which is both good and bad for developers. It's good (great!) because we have more power than ever at our fingertips. It's bad because it can be challenging to stay up-to-speed with all of the libraries and frameworks being released (I call that job security). I hear some developers complaining about Web development and all of the script libraries being released but I personally think it provides us with a lot of choice and flexibility, not to mention enhanced productivity. I’d rather have the flexibility of choosing from a variety of scripts as opposed to only a handful.

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