## Typescript Math Toolkit Function Parser

Back in the day, I wrote a C++ function parser for functions expressed in a calculator-style syntax (infix notation). For example, a function of two independent variables s and t could be described as 2*s +…

Back in the day, I wrote a C++ function parser for functions expressed in a calculator-style syntax (infix notation). For example, a function of two independent variables s and t could be described as 2*s +…

The very recent Angular 2 Release Candidates saw slight changes in forms and expected changes in the A2 Router. As we expect RC4 to be the immediate predecessor to A2 Final, I thought it would be…

I have been working on the Typescript Math Toolkit open-source project for a few months now. Here is the library layout at present. At this point, kinematics and ai will probably not be in the 1.0…

I started working with React before Angular 2 and continue to appreciate the technology even though I’m pretty much 100% dedicated to Angular 2 at this time. One of the early benefits of my venture into…

I wanted to do something a bit different for the next set of Angular2 and Typescript demos. Since I have not used D3 in a while, I thought it would be interesting to start up a…

Like many devs, I have somewhat of a love/hate relationship with forms. Forms are not sexy. Forms do not involve complex, programmatic animation, business logic, or sophisticated interaction, at least on the surface. Yet, forms can…

Angular 2 provides a wide variety of pipes – these were called filters in Angular 1.x – for custom display of data. Of course, if you have been in this business long enough, eventually an application…

When you think of importing tabular data containing categorical and numerical data followed by analysis of that data, Excel is the most likely software that comes to mind. With the Typescript Math Toolkit, many popular types of…

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