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Introducing TypeScript Library Starter Lite

Some time ago I wrote a blog post series on Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript.  The ultimate goal was to build a TypeScript library with Visual Studio Code by stitching together all the pieces you needed to compile … Continue reading

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Turbocharge VS Code for Angular Development

I like using Visual Studio Code for my Angular development, because it is TypeScript-friendly, supports in-editor Chrome Debugging, and has numerous extensions for boosting productivity.  In this post I’d like to show how you can turbocharge VS Code to make … Continue reading

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Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript: Part 3

Part 3: Injecting Scripts with Gulp This is the third part in a series of blog posts on Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript: Compiling TypeScript to JavaScript Writing Jasmine Tests in TypeScript Injecting Scripts with Gulp (this post) Leveraging … Continue reading

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Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript: Part 2

Part 2: Writing Jasmine Tests in TypeScript This is the second part in a series of blog posts on Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript: Compiling TypeScript to JavaScript Writing Jasmine Tests in TypeScript (this post) Jasmine vs Mocha + Chai + … Continue reading

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Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript

Part 1: Compiling TypeScript to JavaScript This is the first part in a series of blog posts on Getting Visual Studio Code Ready for TypeScript: Compiling TypeScript to JavaScript (this post) Writing Jasmine Tests in TypeScript Why TypeScript? In case … Continue reading

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