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  • Blog Post: Using RequireJS with Visual Studio

    As applications become richer and more complex, it becomes important to structure code so that it’s easy to refactor components independently. To understand how one piece of code depends upon another, developers turn to the best practices of modularity and encapsulation to structure code as a collection...
  • Blog Post: Connect(“Live”); – HTML, CSS, JavaScript, & TypeScript Live Q&A

    This week we bring you another installment of our Connect(“Live”); // Q&A series, this time featuring Mads Kristensen, Damien Edwards, and Ryan J. Salva who work on core Visual Studio capabilities for web developers . This is your chance to hear from the experts and ask questions during...
  • Blog Post: A Preview of Angular 2 and TypeScript in Visual Studio

    Last week, at ng-conf , the Angular team at Google provided the web developer world with an update on the state of Angular 2 . They were joined on stage by a member of the TypeScript team, Jonathan Turner , to also announce that Angular 2 will be built using TypeScript . Jonathan then demoed a preview...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio “14” CTP 4 and TypeScript 1.1 CTP Released

    Today we released Visual Studio “14” CTP 4 . To get started, download the bits (also available on MSDN subscriber downloads page ), or use one of the VMs in Azure . This CTP includes all features and fixes from previous CTPs, and: ASP.NET vNext tooling and runtime updates. Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: TypeScript 1.0 Released and Open for Contributions

    Recently, we announced the release of TypeScript 1.0. In addition, we’re excited to say that TypeScript is now taking code contributions from the community. This is a significant milestone for the TypeScript project and team! TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that adds types to JavaScript...
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