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Du Jianyu

Du Jianyu RoyDu My daughter and I.

Niner since 2012

A programmer.
programming C#,javascript,and other for 9 years old.

  • Anders Hejlsberg: Introducing TypeScript

    Another leaky abstraction, why not? : )

    CLIENT=> TYPESCRIPT => JAVASCRIPT => JSON => C# SERVICE/BLL/DAL => SQL

    Let's keep adding layers to that cake.. hmm hmmm hmm
    smells like complexity + money

    you are right...

     

  • Anders Hejlsberg: Introducing TypeScript

    This is GREAT!!!!!!

    Now I can start using javascript. I have tried JS before, didn't like the experience of waiting till runtime to fix common errors.

    I am a Windows developer, I don't care about open source or such nonsense. Just give me a well documented, productive development/debugging experience.

    The open source guys can stay with coffeescript, teascript, dart or whatever, Windows developers may not care about those (at least I don't).

    if not open source,who will give a better similar tools.

     

  • Anders Hejlsberg: Introducing TypeScript

    +1 to what Scott Koon said. This is as bad, or worse, than Dart.

    It would seem that Anders hates languages that aren't statically typed. So I'm not surprised that he's trying to build something on top of JavaScript to make himself comfortable, after having been given the direction of building JavaScript tooling. I'm just very, very sad that Microsoft is still paying him to ruin languages for the sake of tools, when the rest of the world is embracing the ideas of dynamic languages and providing tooling for them - including Microsoft! Visual Studio 2012 has some of the best support for JavaScript I've seen in an IDE, JetBrains builds at least 2 or 3 IDEs that provide great support and tooling, and even Eclipse has good JavScript tooling and support. But Anders claims that you need static typing to get tooling, so he's given free rain to ruin the language and build tooling for that instead? It's really, really sad.

    The only thing he seems to have done right, in this case, is open source.

    the right thing is just what other support it.but the ts have to compile in windows platform.

  • Anders Hejlsberg: Introducing TypeScript

    @Derick Bailey:you are right...MS still do themself standard far away from others.It's too bad.