a brief introduction to the Dojo Framework and a look at many of the new features and patterns. This talk will provide an intro/refresher to Dojo; functional widgets and middleware; build time rendering; custom elements & widget libraries
The talk covers how to best setup TypeScript for working with Node.js, and a look at a variety of TypeScript packages for Node.js including, Nest, TypeORM, and more.
A write-up about the Cats vs Dogs app created to decide the ultimate questions. This app was created for the HalfStack conference to showcase a PWA using Dojo's modern reactive architecture with web audio and animations.
I cover some of the additions in TypeScript 3.1 and 3.2. The main presentation looks at using Web Animations and Web Audio within a TypeScript application.
Nest is a TypeScript-first, server-side framework that uses modern language features to reduce cruft and place the focus cleanly on route-handling business logic.
Nest is server-side framework featuring Dependency Injection, @decorators, and types. Written in TypeScript on top of Express it provides an opinioned pattern that removes a lot of boilerplate and gets straight to business (logic ;).
A look at what's new in TypeScript 2.8 and provide a summary of the things we learned at the first ever TSConf!
Derpymon is a WebVR app built using A-Frame and Dojo 2 and all of their related technologies. Come see the future as we provide an light introduction to A-Frame and Dojo 2, talk about best practices for navigating custom elements with reactive frameworks, and show how we built Derpymon into a custom element of its own using Webpack and Dojo 2 build tools.
Covering some of the new features available in TypeScript 2.3 and 2.4. He'll also answer questions over iterators, async/await, generators, and generics as we delve into what's new in TypeScript.
The gang of the SitePen Podcast changes the name of the show to TalkScript, discusses the latest in VR/AR/WebVR, and Nick tries to make fetch() happen.
A talk about TypeScript covering what you need to know and how TypeScript makes for a great developer experience.
An overview of all the new features in TypeScript 2.0, 2.1, and 2.2 and how to take advantage of these improvements to TypeScript!
The gang talks about AWS re:Invent, ReactVR, AFrame 0.4.0, DayDream, a special CES Truthy/Falsey and more!
We start off by talking about the new features in TypeScript 2.0 and then Neil describes his woes using TypeScript for rapid prototyping
an overview of WebVR and its usage with TypeScript, including A-Frame and WebVR.
The gang invites Sean Larkin, core team member of Angular-CLI and Webpack, to the show to explain what Webpack is and where it's going.
In this episode the gang talks all about modules, from what they are to how to use them in TypeScript!
The gang talks about the importance of prototyping user interfaces, especially when lives literally depend on it. Nick demystifies Git and we play another round of Truthy/Falsy
Introduction to TypeScript. What it is. What it does for you. And how to start using it.
We talk about the latest updates to Framer, Sketch and the just announced Origami Studio by Facebook.
The gang talks about Flux, our recently completed ES6/TS workshop, and why User Agent sniffing is hazardous to your health.
The gang talks about Symbols in ES6, ES6/TS Workshops, dgrid 1.0 release and why you should (or shouldn't) attend meetups and conferences.
In this episode the gang talks about Torrey's broken finger, const and let, cutting through the FUD on CSS3 Variables, TypeScript support in IntelliJ and more!
Neil talks about Proxies in ES_INSERT_YEAR_HERE, Paul decides that package management shouldn't be this hard and Neil wants to store data using magic.
Nick tells us all about (I'm calling them big-boned not..) Fat Arrows, Mangala talks about being a Windows user and his problems with various package managers and Neil finds more bugs of the week!
Paul Shannon tells us all about Template Strings. Neil talks Virtual DOM. Nick give us the lowdown on Chrome extensions and Torrey finally fixed his microphone!
You'll notice in this episode that I'm still working through audio issues so I apologize for the sound quality and will have this worked out before the next episode. However, Nick and Neil sound great!
In this episode we talk about Nick's adventures in VIM, NEJSConf 2015 and we finally answer the question, "How many templating systems does it take to beat a dead horse?"