I have pretty much the same Ajax Request call but I need to expand it to be more generic  See example Code: http://jsfiddle.net/2b8gR/6/  I have it working for Page A and want to use it for Page B, C, D, etc... but don't want to rewrite the funct...
Here is the definition of my function:   getData<T extends Entity> () { }   I don't currently accept any arguments. Is there a way for me to translate the T into the string name of the type at runtime? Perhaps using typeof?   I am from the...
I'm trying to generify the transformation of a hierarchical array into a flat array. I have this kind of object which has children of the same type, which has children of the same type etc..   [{         id: "123",         children: [...
I have installed axios both with npm and typings.  Now, to use it in TypeScript, I need to pass to it a type (T). The problem is that this T is used for both the interface of the request and the interface of the response, which does not make any sens...
I usually try to keep flow function types separate from their implementation. It's a slightly more readable when I write:  type Fn = string => string; const aFn: Fn = name => `hello, ${ name }`;   rather than:  const aFn = (name: string): s...
Let's say I have an interface:  interface Comparable<T> {     equals(other:T):boolean }   Which then I'm implementing in several classes:  class Rectangle implements Comparable<Rectangle> {      equals(other:Rectangle):boolean {...
I have never written in statically typed language before. I'm mostly developing in Javascript and lately I've been interested in learning more about FB's Flowtype.  I find the documentation nicely written and I understand most of it. Howe...
I'd like to make a function in TypeScript that takes an array of constructor functions and returns a corresponding array of instances. See code below.   Note that the getArray method is wildly incorrect, it is just an attempt to convey my intent....
I need to set a default value of a variable based on its type in Typescript generic classes like below    class MyClass<T>{       myvariable: T // Here I want to set the value of this variable                      // with the default value of t...
I wrote a function that gets a string array and supposed to convert it to a T array:  interface Fooable {     foo: string; }  function simplifiedExample<T extends Fooable>(bars: string[]): T[] {     return bars.map(bar => {         return {...

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