I’ve posted a new video, the basics of Require JS.
Missing a comma in a class.
Firefox: “Everything’s cool, brosef!” :: empty screen ::
Chrome 1st time: “You can’t load local files, lol, eff you!” :: empty screen ::
Chrome 2nd time via sudo: “Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token :”
Safari 1st time: “‘with’ statements aren’t allowed in strict mode”
Safari 2nd time: “SyntaxError: Expected token ‘}'”
The following covers what the TypeScript language is compared to ActionScript 1, 2, and 3 with as much context as possible and compares the syntax side by side. This article should help serve as a reference while you learn TypeScript. Also, these articles always help me learn while writing them and I like to have documentation I can refer to later.
Continue reading “TypeScript for ActionScript Developers”
Backbone in particular has some longevity amongst the many frameworks available and has been used in some high profile applications (notably Pivotal Tracker). Since I’ve recently been fixing a web application project with a varied history, I’m diving head first into Backbone, and taking a break from diving into Angular.