## Angular 4 and ngrx/store

Well, it’s been a long time since the last post As you might guess, I’ve been rather busy, so I’ll keep this one short. A new Angular 4 example is now on my Github. This one…

Well, it’s been a long time since the last post As you might guess, I’ve been rather busy, so I’ll keep this one short. A new Angular 4 example is now on my Github. This one…

Performance improvements in JS VM’s along with the addition of async/await to NodeJS makes it a powerful platform for server-side development. I also find the ability to write-once deploy-anywhere in Typescript to be an additional selling…

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…

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…

If you have followed blog posts on the Typescript Math Toolkit function graphing engine, then you may have seen this screen shot from the engine’s predecessor (the Javascript Math Toolkit). The red circular sprites are draggable…

I just finished the V1.0 math package for the Typescript Math Toolkit. The final holdout was the random integer in range class and a supporting (seeded) RNG. The problem of computing a pseudo-random integer in a…

Decorator is one of my favorite design patterns. I like how decoration can be applied at compile-time (see Typescript annotations such as @Component) and at run-time. A great example of run-time decoration is line decorators. Suppose…

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 +…

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