Is there a native machine code compiler for JavaScript? I'm not talking about a VM. If it doesn't exist can it be done? I am wondering if it can be compiled to binary due to the dynamic nature of the language....
The "Compile on save" feature isn't working for me after upgrading to Visual Studio 2015.  When I make a change to a .ts file in my project and save, the status bar at the bottom of the IDE says Output(s) generated successfully, but the g...
I'm trying to convert a pet project to TypeScript and don't seem to be able to use the tsc utility to watch and compile my files. The help says I should use the -w switch, but it looks like it can't watch and compile all *.ts files in the...
According to the documentation a template can be a function which takes two parameters, an element and attributes and returns a string value representing the template. It replaces the current element with the contents of the HTML. The replacement pro...
I've got a situation where I want to get a regexp from the user and run it against a few thousand input strings. In the manual I found that the RegExp object has a .compile() method which is used to speed things up ins such cases. But why do I ha...
My current mission is to convert a JavaScript component ES5 to ES6 (compiled with Babel.js). Before using classes and Babel.js we prototyped to get functions from other components.  com.company.js.ComponentA.prototype = new com.company.js.utils.Ultra...
I'm looking for implementation of Java source code parser written in JavaScript language. Do you know any?...
When I try to run gulp watch, I'm getting this error:  stream.js:74       throw er; // Unhandled stream error in pipe.       ^  Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, stat 'XXXX\public\build\css\client-18724fe72d.css'     at Error (nat...
I have been looking at Javascript templating engines trying to find a way to have standard templates available on/offline.   Currently I'm kind of stuck at dustjs/linkedIn which would require to server-side pre-compile a template into a jsfile -...
How come code written in Java needs to be compiled in byte-code that is interpreted by the JVM, but code written in a language like JavaScript does not need to be compiled and can run directly in a browser?  Is there an easy way to understand this?...

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