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Type-safety across .Net and TypeScript – TypeScript-friendly JSON serialization of F# types

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This is part 6 of how we generate types from our .Net backend to be used in our TypeScript client. Why do we even bother?Generating TypeScript constants from .Net constantsFinding the types used in communication between the .Net backend and the TypeScript clientGenerating TypeScript classes from .Net typesGenerating Angular Services from .Net WebApi ControllersTypeScript-friendly JSON serialization of F# typesTesting JSON serialization and deserializationPutting all the parts together None of...

Angular Component – Part 2: ngModel

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In my last article, I’ve explained how to use @Input() and @Output() and how to combine them to offer two-way binding for your component. This time I want to take this component to behave like a proper control within a <form>-element that is using ngForm. What’s ngModel, and why should I use it? In a typical Angular application, we often encounter scenarios where we have to handle forms with various input controls and a button to send data or perform some sort of action. The...

Angular Component – Part 1: one-way binding vs. two-way binding

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In this short blog series, I want to show how to create an Angular component that can be used for user inputs. I know this is a topic for which many articles have been published. But while there are great tutorials that explain how it’s done, many of them lack the answer to the question of why. This is the reason I’m describing in this series how and why we are writing our components the way we do here at TimeRocket. This will be a 5-part series on the topic, so bear with me if the...

Type-safety across .Net and TypeScript – Angular Services from WebApi Controllers

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This is part 5 of how we generate types from our .Net backend to be used in our TypeScript client. Why do we even bother?Generating TypeScript constants from .Net constantsFinding the types used in communication between the .Net backend and the TypeScript clientGenerating TypeScript classes from .Net typesGenerating Angular Services from .Net WebApi ControllersTypeScript-friendly JSON serialization of F# typesTesting JSON serialization and deserializationPutting all the parts together...

Type-safety across .Net and TypeScript – Generating TypeScript classes

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This is part 4 of how we generate types from our .Net backend to be used in our TypeScript client. Why do we even bother?Generating TypeScript constants from .Net constantsFinding the types used in communication between the .Net backend and the TypeScript clientGenerating TypeScript classes from .Net typesGenerating Angular Services from .Net WebApi ControllersTypeScript-friendly JSON serialization of F# typesTesting JSON serialization and deserializationPutting all the parts together Be...

Type-safety across .Net and TypeScript – Finding the types

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This is part 3 of how we generate types from our .Net backend to be used in our TypeScript client. Why do we even bother?Generating TypeScript constants from .Net constantsFinding the types used in communication between the .Net backend and the TypeScript clientGenerating TypeScript classes from .Net typesGenerating Angular Services from .Net WebApi ControllersTypeScript-friendly JSON serialization of F# typesTesting JSON serialization and deserializationPutting all the parts together Be...

Type-safety across .Net and TypeScript – Constants

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This is part 2 of the series about how we generate code from .Net for TypeScript:

Why do we even bother?Generating TypeScript constants from .Net constantsFinding the types used in communication between the .Net backend and the TypeScript clientGenerating TypeScript classes from .Net typesGenerating Angular Services from .Net WebApi ControllersTypeScript-friendly JSON serialization of F# typesTesting JSON serialization and deserializationPutting all the parts together

Type-safety across .Net and TypeScript – Why?

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A little while ago, I asked on Twitter whether someone would be interested in reading about how we generate types from our .Net backend to be used in our TypeScript client. So, here we are. I’ll cover the following topics: Why do we even bother?Generating TypeScript constants from .Net constantsFinding the types used in communication between the .Net backend and the TypeScript clientGenerating TypeScript classes from .Net typesGenerating Angular Services from .Net WebApi...

Our journey to F#: libraries we use

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When I started with F#, I had some problems to find good libraries for the stuff we need in our software. Sometimes the problem was to find a library at all, sometimes several libraries provide similar functionality. So here is a list of the libraries I like to use (what we use and why).

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