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. In this tutorial we are going to expand on that article to add support for Typescript.
In a previous blog post we explored how to perform immutable operations to update objects using Object.assign(). This time we are going to explore how to perform immutable operations on an array of objects which is a common pattern in Redux. If you wan’t to learn more about Redux, take a look at the excellent training course “Getting Started with ...
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.
So, you have been using Object.assign to create copies of your objects right? Here’s a warning for you. Object.assign does not perform a deep copy.
In a previous post, we explored how to create a simple build system for typescript using SystemJS. This time, we are going to create a similar build system only this time using webpack.
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Now that Angular 2 is out and given the importance of Typescript in the Angular 2 ecosystem, it’s time to understand how to create a proper building system for our projects.
The Yeoman generator generator-gulp-angular is a great tool for building AngularJS and in my opinion is much better than the official Yeoman generator for AngularJS (generator-angular), because it uses Gulp and not Grunt as the task runner, it has a component-like folder structure for the code instead of the “drawer” style, it uses libsass instead of compass (ruby), it supports Typescript ...
This post is a reference list of all the npm packages that are found in generator-gulp-angular, the most complete Yeoman generator for AngularJS projects that uses Gulp, along with their descriptions and a link to each npm package page.