When trying to investigate networking issues, most people know about ping and nslookup. I discovered today that there's also a utility called nbtstat to get some NetBIOS info, including the hostname and MAC address from an IP address.
nbtstat -a IPADDRESS
Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Friday, December 12, 2014
Here is an example of a RequireJS module:
To make sure this is compiling through the TypeScript compiler, the first step is to convert it to use modules from TypeScript. The simplest way is:
To compile this, you then call the compiler with the right module flag, which is AMD for RequireJS:
If you're working in Visual Studio, you might get an error about it not using the module flag. If you're working with an existing codebase, you might find you'll need to add TypeScript support first - adding a new TypeScript file in VS2013 does this by adding some stuff to the CSPROJ file, namely the XML element TypeScriptToolsVersion, and will need to reload the project. Afterwards, there should be a new tab for TypeScript Build options in the project properties dialog where you can choose the module style: