I've just downloaded Visual Studio 2013 Express for Web and I want to know how I can deploy JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3 only projects?  I can't find a suitable template or way to do it. I already searched for JavaScript templates online, but s...
I often use IE as my development browser because of its tight integration with Visual Studio.  However, every time I start a web project from Visual Studio, I am forced to open the IE dev tools (with F12) and reload the page in order to avoid using c...
I've create a custom functions in JavaScript for ease coding cause its too repetitive to type those function again and again.  What I do is I created an external JavaScript and linked it to my _Layout.cshtml. I've successfully called them wit...
I'm developing an application in which the user will be able to enter a desired address and then press a button. This address will be found on the WebBrowser control in a .net windows application. I know that you can run javascripts on WebBrowser...
I see this line of code in some of the JavaScript Files I work with, at the very top of the file ( first line ), but its not clear to me exactly what this does.    Google wasn't much help on this.  /// <reference path="jquery-1.8.3.js"...
I'm using Gulp in a VS2015 project to run jscs on JavaScript files with the fix option set.  The intention is to modify the same file that is read (viz., source and destination are the same).     var gulp = require('gulp'); var jscs = req...
I have very simple TypeScript app, which compiles fine using webpack, but gives me an error "Build:Cannot find module 'react'" when trying to build in Visual Studio. I'm stuck, any help is appreciated.  package.json:    {   "n...
I'm working on a TypeScript solution that uses the "Combine JavaScript output into file" option:    I'll often reference an item defined in another file, for example:  In MyBaseClass.ts:  export class MyBaseClass { }   In MySubClass.t...
This answer suggests to manually add reference to .js files produced by all used .ts files.  I intend to use a library with a complex structure. I already added top files to my html, but they have subreferences, which have subsubreferences and etc....
I have written a JS that should check that start date is less than end date. If not, alert should be thrown  The JS is written as;  function DateValidation(startDate, EndDate) {                 debugger;                 var stdate = startDate;...

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