Taking fear from the .NET/XAML guy: Implement single-page web applications with TypeScript and MVVM

November 24, 2014, Software Development

I recently had to implement a JavaScript single-page web application – after years of doing .NET and XAML development. From projects which I worked on some years in the past, my opinion about JavaScript was not very good: There was no good IDE support, refactorings are hard to perform and the code in bigger project always gets unmanageable due to the untyped nature of JavaScript…

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