If you like the idea of creating a new class from whatever other classes you have lying around, you have two ways of doing in TypeScript ... and both are type safe (within limits).
Microsoft has updated Blazor -- for full-stack Web apps coded in C# -- with new features including the ability to create reusable component libraries.
Mozilla has unveiled an IDE for coding WebAssembly projects that could serve as an alternative to Visual Studio and the Visual Studio Code editor.
If you're wondering how to start integrating TypeScript into your development practices, here's both when to do it and how to do it.
Less than two weeks after publishing the TypeScript 2.8 Release Candidate, Microsoft has officially launched it into general availability, bringing conditional types and more.
'I think ASP.NET Core is the biggest game changer in the history of Web development using the Microsoft stack.'
Microsoft is seeking developer feedback for the new TypeScript 2.8 release candidate, featuring new conditional types and more.
View components let you create reusable chunks of business logic coupled with a UI in multiple places in your application ... and then let you share that logic across multiple projects. Here's how to invoke them and share them.
ASP.NET Core lets you bundle up business functionality along with its related UI into a view component that you can reuse in throughout your application.
Web workers in TypeScript give you concurrent processing but they can be awkward to debug. However, if you set up your web worker code as just another function, you can simplify debugging (or even build your web worker dynamically at run time).