This is one of those things that I seem to keep learning an then forgetting so I thought it would be a great topic for a blog post! The question here is, "What's the difference between static typing and strong typing?".
This is something I've had to do quite a few times, but it wasn't until I worked on a bunch of Github projects at HBO that I really started to get understanding branching in git. In my own Github projects I would often work right out of the master branch. This is fine for developers who are just getting started with git, but when working on large, enterprise projects you really want to be smart about using branches. This post will help you understand making git branches off of existing branches.
I had a subscription for egghead.io back when I started learning AngularJs. It's a great site for bite-sized videos on specific issues and development things. This particular video is free, and it's a great little demo for getting the "new" Angular router up and running
I'll try not to blab too much as I promised this post would be quick and easy! This will work with Sublime Text 2 and Sublime Text 3. Notice that with a fresh install of Sublime Text when you open up a *.ts file it doesn't look very pretty:
I was getting really frustrated recently when trying to deploy my Angular 2 applications live to gh-pages branch to host the sites through Github. I had started Angular 2 projects from three different starter projects (Angular CLI, FountainJS, and Angular Webpack Starter), but all three of them were giving me errors when I deployed the site live! Here's the story of what was happening and how I fixed the issues.
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