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I use the BBC/News website as my home page within Internet Explorer on Win10. Everything is OK until I accidentally close IE. When I re-open it, IE has a lot of trouble displaying my home page again. The speed is very slow to the point that sometimes it won't open at all, even though the URL is displayed correctly. If it does open, using the site is very slow. To fix the problem, I have restart Win10.
Does anyone else experience this problem with their homepage?
Because TYPEscript is typed?
Or because a project already used it from a time before ECMA6?
Maybe the customer for that project uses IE that doesn't support anything?
Just some guesses, I've never actually worked with TypeScript
Well, a "pile of garbage" for the most used language is a bit inappropriate.
Nope[^]. It's only the most used because it's easy to learn and because it's your only choice for the web.
The language has serious design flaws.
Sure, it's easy to crank up a little script and run it in your browser. Unfortunately, it's even easier to introduce subtle and less subtle bugs and write code that's completely not maintainable.
Aless Alessio wrote:
I mean, a few can be wrong, but so many? i really don't think so ..
I can give dozens of examples where that was (and is), indeed, the case. Here's one: religions throughout the ages.
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - I'd just like a chance to prove that money can't make me happy. Me, all the time
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