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C O N T E N T S August 2014 FEATURES 3 Introduction to TypeScript by Jonathan Turner and Amanda Silver Microsoft's alternative to JavaScript adds modularity, generics, and type information while maintaining JS source compatibility. 9 Using OData from ASP.NET by Gastón Hillar Microsoft ASP.NET Web API OData adds most of the necessary things to create Open Data Protocol (OData) endpoints and easily provide OData query syntax using the ASP.NET Web API. ASP.NET Web API 2.2 added many improvements that make it easier to work with OData, including support for OData v4, and this article provides an example that uses those features. 18 Guest Editorial: Tired of Waiting for QA? Embrace Continuous Testing by Brad Johnson Automating late-stage tests such as performance and mobile testing early in the development pipeline gets rid of long waits and efficiently reduces release timelines. 22 From the Vault: Building Successful Web APIs By Ronnie Mitra The syntax of APIs matter much less than their discover- ability and the ease with which developers can figure out how to use them effectively, as this great guide from our archives shows. More on Memory Leaks in iOS 7 iOS Networking APIs are leaking memory. The good news: You can stop them. What Makes a Good Check-in? F ew organizations have strong opinions and articulated poli- cies on what a check-in should consist of. As long as the check- in is more or less usable in a code review, it's generally consid- ered good enough. We can do better than this. Got Google? Google services are everywhere. But knowing which ones to include in new apps is difficult due to the company's perceived lack of long-term commitment to products and APIs. Why Build Your Java Projects with Gradle Rather than Ant or Maven? The default build tool for Android (and the new star of build tools on the JVM) is designed to ease scripting of complex, multi- language builds. How To Use Reverse Iterators Without Getting Confused A reverse iterator is a standard-library template that traverses the same range of elements as the corresponding iterator.. Previous Next Previous Next Download Download Register Register Subscribe Subscribe Previous Next Previous Next August 2014 2

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