TypeScript 3.8 introduces a new feature called top-level await. It allows developers to use the `await` keyword without a surrounding `async` function at the top level of a module.
Learn how to get the milliseconds of a specific date in your desired timezone using Moment.js. You can use a predefined UTC offset or detect the UTC offset. You can also use a predefined time zone or detect the time zone.
To obtain coverage reports for code running in web browsers, you can configure code coverage with TypeScript and Karma.
In Electron 4 applications, there are two main processes: the main process and the renderer process. The main process is responsible for displaying the GUI, managing BrowserWindow instances and registering global shortcuts.
This tutorial teaches you how to include all source files for code coverage reporting in an Electron app. It covers steps such as using `babel` with `electron-mocha`, registering plugins in `babel` to instrument code, and running `nyc` to create a coverage report. The article also provides code snippets and configuration files to help you implement these steps.