• The undefined vs null Pitfall in Javascript

    Sometimes I come across JavaScript code with a lot of null checking against properties that are uninitialized, which is really wrong. Many people might think that uninitialized properties get a default value of null, but that is not the case despite having something like foo == null resulting in true, assuming ...

  • TypeScript: Enhanced Javascript

    One of the most important platforms nowadays is the web, and Javascript incorporates a large share from any web application today more than ever. As we get more into the single page applications trend and Javascript on the server (such as NodeJS), this language can't be really dealt with ...

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