Now that the Angular Language Service is available for Visual Studio working on Angular projects from inside Visual Studio is a viable option. The linked blog post mentions a couple of ways of adding the Angular project to Visual Studio but I felt the suggestions left something to be desired here is what I came up with.Read More
We're going to create a what I call a "WebShell" application with asp.net core on the backend and Angular on the frontend.Read More
I got the idea for using this type of RNG from the javidx9 video Procedural Generation: Programming The Universe. It's a really good video as are most of the videos he produces so I recommend you give it a watch. The algorithm he talks about in the video is the Lehmer random number generator.
I'm implementing a simple match the blocks game in TypeScript and I wanted to implement the algorithm mentioned there in TypeScript.Read More
I want to use TypeScript as a scripting language for my machine and so I want to be able just to execute TypeScript files directly. There are npm packages like ts-node that do this already but I wanted to have a crack at implementing it myself. So this is the batch file I've come up with so far.Read More
Sometimes it's helpful to exit out of a batch script if there are pending changes to a repo. This is done in batch script in a non intuitive way.
@ECHO OFF PUSHD %~dp0 SET __HAS_CHANGES=0 REM The loop won't be executed if 'git status -s' doesn't produce any output. FOR /f "tokens=*" %%i IN ('git status -s') DO ( SET __HAS_CHANGES=1 ) REM Check if the loop was executed and goto EXIT if it was. IF "%__HAS_CHANGES%" NEQ "0" ( ECHO There are currently uncommitted changes. GOTO EXIT ) REM Do the work you want to do here. :EXIT POPD