Typescript Binary Tree Library

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The alpha version of the Typescript Math Toolkit binary tree library is now available on Github.  There is a good writeup on the code at the repo, so I’ll simply provide the link here. https://github.com/theAlgorithmist/TSBinaryTreeLibrary Enjoy…

Angular 2 Spreadsheet-Style Analytics

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Most of my micro-application projects derive from a combination of ‘how to’ questions and personal experimentation.  This one is no different.  The issue of how to initialize a 2D tabular display in an Angular 2 template came…

Angular 2 and Leaflet

I’ve wanted to do an Angular2 and Leaflet demonstration for quite some time, but have been very busy as of late. I also understand that an Angular2/Leaflet starter already exists, but that project is accurately described…

Minimizing Worst-Case Complexity

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I recently received a very interesting submission to the Typescript Programming Test Problems Repo. The problem was given to a senior developer as part of a homework exercise in which he was supposed to analyze the…

Typescript Generics and the Typescript Math Toolkit Priority Queue

My spare time development is currently focused on the Typescript Math Toolkit data structures library.  The goal of this development is to provide a library suitable for various algorithms in the toolkit as well as supporting…

Angular2 CLI, Lazy Loading, and AOT Compilation

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Lazy-loading of routes is directly supported in the current Angular platform and they are very easy to organize with NgModules.  Additional performance benefits may be realized from the platform by employing AOT (Ahead Of Time) compilation of…

A Complete Angular2 Micro-Application With Lazy-Loaded Routes

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Most of my prior Angular 2 demos focused on one or two specific features of the platform and/or integration of third-party code with an Angular 2 application.   Since lazy-loading of routes is an important consideration for…

TS Programming Test Problems Repo Updated to TS V2.0

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Just a quick note to announce that I’ve finally updated the Typescript Programming Test Problems repo to use Typescript 2.0.  Handling of 3rd party library typings has been streamlined and is in line with best practices….