Monthly Archives: October 2014

SharePoint Developement

TypeScript

Basically, TypeScript is a superset of javascript. Apart from being a typed scripting language, it let’s me write javascript like C#. It comes with a compiler that compiles typescript code to javascript code. Create classes, interfaces, namespaces (called modules), Generics bit like C# and has in-built support for NodeJS (by support, I mean intellisense, syntax check etc.) […]

SharePoint Developement

How to enable CSS3 styles to apply on old IE browsers (IE6-IE8)

CSS Level 3 brings with it some incredibly powerful styling features. Rounded corners, soft drop shadows, gradient fills, and so on. Without these features, styling these elements are difficult, time consuming and involves complex sprite images. But the irony for old browsers (IE6-IE8), which are still used in most of the companies, is that they are […]