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  1. πŸ› οΈ A boilerplate for quickly starting a web extension with Vue, webpack 4, ESLint and more!

    JavaScript 308 30

  2. πŸ“– A JSDoc plugin for documenting .vue files.

    JavaScript 124 26

  3. πŸ”Ÿ Use Numeral.js as a Vue filter to formatting numbers.

    JavaScript 11 1

  4. πŸ—ΊοΈ Use Algolia Places with Vuetify

    Vue 7 3

  5. [WIP] πŸ’Ž A Prettier plugin for prettify Twig files

    JavaScript 17

  6. [WIP] βš™οΈ JavaScript parser for Twig files, based on Twing.

    JavaScript

Contribution activity in Microsoft

April - May 2019

Kocal has no activity in Microsoft yet for this period.

March 2019

Created a pull request in microsoft/TypeScript that received 4 comments

feat(history): `.pushState()` and `.replaceState` now accept `URL` object

The following code works in plain JavaScript, but there are some typings issues on history.pushState and history.replaceState: const url = new URL(l…

+2 βˆ’2 4 comments

Created an issue in microsoft/TSJS-lib-generator that received 1 comment

Help: How do I make `history.pushState()` accept an `URL` instance?

Hi, I opened this PR (microsoft/TypeScript#30512) to make the following code compilable with TypeScript: const url = new URL(location.href) url.search

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