I may be stepping way out of bounds here, but when you are starting to build something today, you need to consider this, and I would argue SAM is much better prepared for that world: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-3QwxfPmHY
Hi JJ thanks for your thoughts on the wiring, I don't know too much on angular 2 but am curious as to how they work; I might read up some docs on that.. I did see a presentation on angular 2 from the typescript team... It seemed like react + react route + data store
They gave a presentation in Seattle like 4 months ago on using typescript with angular 2
TypeScript is definitely a lot better than I thought it would be. It was designed without breaking the spirit of JSON. Hard to believe someone could resist putting a layer of OOP on the pesky extensible data structures.
@chiwoojo what would prevent you to dynamically add the intents to the window object?
Maybe because I'm so used to frameworks that does all the click handler binding for me that making this object global makes me feel like it's a little bit hacky; but it can be the only object so I'm slowly getting used to the fact
When you say layer of OOP what do you mean?
When you say dynamically did you mean the window.intents or the angular 2 way? Sorry I should have asked this clarifying question first