Announcing TypeScript 2.5


Announcing TypeScript 2.5
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Submitted August 31, 2017 at 11:46PM by DanielRosenwasser
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What are considered the top JS frameworks right now (2017)?


What are considered the top JS frameworks right now (2017)?

So I was beginning work for a few months on a project at my enterprise job using React. My boss recently filled me in on the licensing stuff going on with Facebook and React right now and how the Apache Foundation is refusing to recognize them as a valid open-source framework.

So anyways, pretty simple question. What are considered the need-to-know JS frameworks now? I can assume Angular 2, but has VUE.js gotten enough traction to replace React? I don't care much for flavor-of-the-week frameworks since I don't have the time or patience to learn them all (nor do most employers expect you to).

Submitted August 31, 2017 at 10:53PM by brett84c
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Looking for macOS code snippet manager with Scala REPL integration


Looking for macOS code snippet manager with Scala REPL integration

For teaching purposes, I'm looking for a code snippet manager (such as CodeBox or SnippetsLab, on macOS / OSX), which integrates a terminal to run the Scala REPL. It should basically allow to browse through prepared Scala code snippets, modify them, and then run the code in the REPL.

Sure, it can be done with any snippet manager (or text editor) and copy & paste to a terminal window running the REPL, but I'm looking for an integrated solution.

Any hints appreciated.

Submitted August 31, 2017 at 11:03PM by XavierLightman
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