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Wijmo 2017 v2 has Landed

Wijmo’s second major release of 2017 has landed, and it’s full of exciting new controls and developments— comprehensive accessibility support, a new JavaScript TreeMap control, Angular 4 support, and an interactive learning guide!

Using TypeScript Enums in Angular Templates

TypeScript offers a very convenient feature, Enum:

Two ES6 Features You Should Be Using Today

We've all been following the progress of the JavaScript language, from its humble beginnings (ECMAStript 3, in 1999) to the version that is part of the HTML5 standard (ECMAScript 5, 2011), to the latest and greatest version (ECMAScript 6, aka Harmony, ES2015, ES6 Harmony) that everyone is talking about. (For more details, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECMAScript.)

Wijmo Build 5.20171.293 Available

Build 293 has released, and it has added over 300 lessons in our new LearnWijmo app as well as some updates to support Angular 4 and TypeScript 2.2.

LightSwitch in Maintenance Mode: What does that mean for you?

Last week, Microsoft released big news in the world of LightSwitch: Microsoft has recommended that users not begin new application development with LightSwitch, as Visual Studio 2015 is the last release including the platform. Visual Studio 2015 will be active until October 13, 2020. As one commenter put it: "LightSwitch is dead, long live LightSwitch!"

Video: Inside Wijmo 5 Session at Echo 2016

GrapeCity has been developing JavaScript products for over six years, and in summer of 2016, hosted two global conferences on JavaScript in Seoul and Tokyo. Chris Bannon, Wijmo product manager, and Alex Ivanenko, program manager, presented two talks to their audiences. This recording is from Chris's presentation in Tokyo.

Wijmo - JavaScript Controls for business applications: A talk with developers about story behind their commitment to provide lightweight, efficient controls

This article was originally written by Junichi Niino and published on Publickey in Japan. It has been translated with permission from the author.

Exploiting TypeScript Arrays

TypeScript doesn't have the rich set of native collection classes that you're used to in the .NET Framework -- instead, it has just arrays and tuples. Fortunately, you can do quite a lot with them.

Implementing Strategy Pattern and Callbacks in TypeScript

The TypeScript datatyping support not only applies to simple variables, it also supports you when doing clever things with functions. Specifically, TypeScript ensures you create reliable code when implementing callback functions.

Inside Wijmo 5, a Large-scale JavaScript Product

This week I gave everyone an inside look at Wijmo 5. It was fun to give a behind-the-scenes look at our product. I hope everyone enjoyed it and can learn from our experience.

Five Years of Wijmo

It's hard to believe that Wijmo is five years old! It's been an incredible time of developing, releasing, and learning. Take a look at how Wijmo has evolved over the past five years.

Creating Custom Wijmo 5 Controls

As you may know, we have created our own architecture for creating Controls in JavaScript. So, now I'd like to show you how to write custom Controls that extend our wijmo.Control class. This sample is going to use TypeScript, as we do for all of our Controls. I will provide the runtime JavaScript, which you can also use as a basis for creating Wijmo 5 Controls. This source code for this sample is available in our download. I also published a working version of the custom Control in action.