Getting Started with RXJS – Part 3

In this section, we’ll continue from the previous section and delve further. We’ll basically see how to create and observable and also how to use observable effectively without a class rather based on a function.

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Hence, without wasting time, let’s get started.

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Getting Started with RxJs

In this section, we will get started with RXJS. So, if I start with official definition of RxJs, it says “An API for asynchronous programming with observable streams“. Here is the official site for this http://reactivex.io/. RXJS is just one part of its implementation. You can check its entire supported language at http://reactivex.io/languages.html. It supports wide variety of languages.

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Building Single Page App Using ASP.NET Core with Entity Framework Core and AngularJS

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In this particular post, I thought to unveil my book on latest Microsoft ASP.NET Core stack in conjunction with Angular. This is basically hand-book for all those people who like to build Single Page App, right from the scratch meeting all the industry standards.

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Setting Black Theme to Chrome Developer Tool

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In this section, I’ll show you little trick to setup black theme to Chrome Developer Theme. Frankly speaking I am not a big fan of Visual Studio default white theme. Whether, I’m using VS or Webstorm or Code, I prefer to have black theme as my default one. I was wondering, if the same thing I could achieve with my favorite browser as well.

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Getting Started with TypeScript – Part 11

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In this section, we are going to talk about Modules. Modules, keep the code separated. In many ways, it help users to keep the code neat and clean. It’s something like we are going to keep different unit of works in different placeholders or you say in different files. By separating the code out, it enhances the productivity immensely, like test-ability and re-usability enhances immensely. This way, your code not only appears robust, but it also follows good pattern like code-of-separation and solid. Now, we explicitly declare module with the name module itself. From C# perspective, you can also think modules as equivalent to namespaces.

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Getting Started with TypeScript – Part 10

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In this section, we will see how to use third party libraries like jquery or angular or anything with TypeScript. TypeScript, provides this flexibility to use any third party libraries on the top of your TS file, using some interface. And, this interface is called Definitely Typed in TypeScript.  Here, is the URL of Definitely Typed http://definitelytyped.org/Once you open the same, it will open the following page.

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Getting Started with TypeScript – Part 8

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In this section, we are going to see more of types. Basically, we’ll see how to extend the types. If you are coming from from C# or Java background, you must be familiar with extending or inheriting. Although, JavaScript, by default doesn’t support inheritance, but by using Prototypes, we can implement inheritance in JavaScript. I have already have one section dedicated to Prototype(Advanced) JavaScript, you can refer that as well. So, here we are going to see the same, means writing a base class and inheriting the same in the child class. Hence, without wasting time, let’s jump into demos.

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