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This article shows how Webpack could be used together with Visual Studio ASP.NET Core and Angular2.

TypeScript takes 95% of the usefulness of a good statically-typed language and brings it to the JavaScript ecosystem. You still feel like you write ES6: you keep using the same standard library, same third-party libraries, same idioms, and many of the same tools (e.g., Chrome dev tools). It gives you a lot without forcing you out of the JavaScript ecosystem.

Have you been flirting from across the room with Angular 2? Is it time to glide across the room and and say, "Hello"? Before you do, and you should, I'd like to give you a pep talk. I'd like to give you 19 thoughts that will make your efforts more fruitful. So, listen up.

A component is a main building block of an Angular 2 application, and an application may have any number of components. We can consider a component a particular view of the application with its own logic and data.

Every bit of functionality you build into your app can be built as a component that can take inputs, provide outputs and be rendered at multiple places in your app.

Angular is built on the top of RxJS. Learn how you can make use of RxJS in your Angular apps for a clearer and more maintainable codebase.