TagTypescript

JSP: Passing Variable Data to JavaScript

When you try to marry old JSP Technology with the modern wonders of Typescript/ES6.
You will want to expose some data provided by the backend into the Javascript.

If you have the possibility you would use a fetch() call to receive JSON.
Sometimes, it is not possible to do a big rewrite of the jsp to fix a minor bug.
Here is a very dirty way to pass data from the JSP into the JS code. This code will utilise the HTML5 data-attribute.
Learn more about it here

JSP File:

JavaScript:

JQuery:

This is a very elegant solution, now you can run ESLint on your Javascript Code and will not have any unresolved variables.

CodeWars Kata: File Path Operations

The quick Code Wars Kata I am taking a look at the Kata File-Path-Operations.

My approach to solving the kata was, first to figure out what skills are needed to solve the problem. Since all three problems are similar and try to find a specific pattern in a string, the obvious answer is: Regular Expressions.

The fastest way to learn, create and test your Regular Expressions is using Regex 101.

I solved the Kata using Typescript and this is my final code:

This piece of code would not be suitable for production. It does not take into account of malformed filenames, it would not work for windows;
It would have problems with folders that contain a “.” etc.

If you would be using NodeJS you would use the existing functions in the Path Module.

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