Sorry for misisng last week, I was out travelling to visit family over the holidays.
- Dr. Axel Rauschmayer takes a look at 4 different approaches to managing the private data in class instances, looking at techniques that apply in ECMAScript5 and ECMAScript 6.
- Peter Vogel has an article Visual Studio Magazine on using Generic types in TypeScript to provide more reusable classes and functions.
- Dave Bush takes a look at the behavior of different types in comparisons and conversion operations.
- Guy Barker answers 10 common questions about accessibility in Windows (general XAML) based applications.
- Troy Hunt takes a look at some of the many ways in which we are still destroying user experience on websites in 2016.
- Tugberk Ugurlu takes a look at the command line interface tooling for .NET compilation on Linux machines.
- Doug Finke takes a look at using the Pandoc extension for Visual Studio Code to render markdown documents that you are authoring within the IDE.
- Iris Classon resumes her ‘(Not So) Stupid Question’ series with a look at String Interpolation and Colour.
- Aaron Powell highlights the support changes for Internet Explorer occurring next week, January 12th, are you ready?
- Derek Comartin kicks off a new series looking at ASP.NET 5, exploring both the .NET 4.6 and .NET Core on both Windows and Linux.
- Scott Hanselman talks about best practices for private config data and connection strings in configuration in ASP.NET and Azure.
- Sasha Goldshtein shines some light on Windows Process Memory usage.
- Jeremy D Miller discusses how he, personally, chooses to document OSS projects.
- David Paquette walks through the process of contributing to open source projects, showing step by step how to go about working with GitHub to contribute.
- Mads Kristensen discusses the Visual Studio Task Runners capabilities and shares a number of task runner extensions for performing common web development tasks.
- Abhijit Jana discusses the ILDASM tool and shares some links to tips relating to its use and integrating it as an external tool in Visual Studio.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s links. Which ones caught your attention?
Please PM me if you have anything of interest for the next issue, and happy reading! - cpradio