A YouTube watcher of my channel regarding my Basics of Require JS Part 1 writes:
… main.js is a concatenated and minified version of all the js. Just wondering why do you still need requirejs if you concatenate and minify your js in a single file [via r.js].
Is there an advantage of using requirejs in this instance? Or can you just straight target main.js?
Continue reading “Why Multiple Files Using RequireJS vs. 1 Big One”
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”