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  • TypeScriptCompile “Include” error when loading a Project

    Today when opening one of our .sln files we received the following error message when trying to load a web project. Of course the first thing we did was open the .csproj file but nothing seemed ‘out of whack’. When we opened the file we saw what we thought was the issue, but it turned out...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-29-2013
    Filed under: Typescript
  • .NetRocks - Making the Transition from XAML to Html

    Recently I sat down as a guest with Richard and Carl on .Net Rocks and recorded a show on my experiences on migrating from XAML to HTML . Chatting w/ Richard and Carl is always great. In this episode we tried to focus on my experiences on moving from XAML to Html but when you have 3 guys w/ A.D.D. staying...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-21-2013
    Filed under: Announcement, XAML, WinRT, Typescript, Pluralsight
  • TypeScript references not being created correctly during drag-n-drop

    One of the viewers of my Html for the XAML developer course over on Pluralsight sent me a question regarding the ability to drag and drop a d.ts file onto a TypeScript file and have the reference added correctly. He said that when he dropped the d.ts file he was expecting to get something like: /// <reference...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-13-2013
    Filed under: Typescript
  • Typescript Bundler Issue - Not transforming to JavaScript

    Today one of the viewers of my Pluralsight course was having issues and I was trying to help him via email, but to no avail. I asked him to send me his project so I could take a look myself. I ran the project and sure enough things were odd. I looked at his Typescript syntax and everything looked right...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-11-2013
    Filed under: Typescript
  • Putting the Dynamic back into TypeScript

    One of the really powerful features that TypeScript brings to the JavaScript world is some Static Typing, even if it is only at code/compile time.  With TypeScript I can say that an object is of a certain type which implies there are only a limited set of properties/methods available to me. ...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 05-08-2013
    Filed under: JavaScript, Typescript
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