The engine which manages and controls everything....more details coming soon.
TAPi18next.addResourceBundle(lang, projectName, translations);)
extendskeyword and can check
implementsvia determing what methods exist
Makes great usage of TypeScript and decorators: https://github.com/alsatian-test/alsatian/wiki
npm run unit-tests
npm run check-coverage
npm run view-coverage
Handlers are essentially "listeners" for different events, except there are various ways to handle an event.
When something happens there is
The set of
pre handlers happens before the event is finalized.
The set of
post handlers happens after the event is finalized.
With that said, the rule of thumb is that if you are going to modify, extend, or change the data backing the event then that should be done in the
pre handlers. If you are simply wanting to listen for when something happens and not modify anything, then the
post is the way to go.
The order in which they happen is:
Here is an explanation of what each of them means:
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