Category: typescript

TypeScript Conf – The Aftermath

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the inaugural TSConf in Seattle, WA with a few of my Esri buds. This was the first ever conference focused specifically on TypeScript. It was also my first time in Seattle, and I think I happened to be there in an ideal weekend, because it wasn’t even…


It’s that time of year!

First of all, sorry. It’s been quiet around here, but for good reason. I got shit to do. I know, that’s no excuse. You should see how much work some of the others around here are doing. Now, they really got shit to do. First off, I did a lot of work recently to put…


TypeScript Typings for JavaScript

It’s no secret that I am a fan of TypeScript. But I don’t use it for everything, I still write plenty of regular JavaScript, mostly in ES-something-or-other. I am also a long time Vim user, but I’ve slowly been moving over to using Visual Studio Code quite a bit. Today I want to show you…


TypeScript in Visual Studio Code

I was recently asked about setting up a TypeScript project in Visual Studio Code. This was specifically in reference to using the ArcGIS API 3 for JavaScript. I decided to make this video to help users get up and running with Visual Studio Code using TypeScript for their ArcGIS API for JavaScript applications. This video…


Using TypeScript with EsriJS 4

With the release of the ArcGIS API 4 for JavaScript and even leading up to the release, there has been a lot of interest in updated TypeScript Definition files. I’m pleased to let you know that when the ArcGIS API 4 was released, the new TypeScript definition files for 4.0 were also released. Because of…


I’m learning TypeScript

A couple of months back, I talked about how I was trying to learn TypeScript. Well, I’m really learning TypeScript and getting my hands dirty. One of the things that made this a little easier for me was that the latest official 1.5 release supports more ES6 features, such as ES6 modules. This means that…