DateTime Filter using start date and end date

I have started to use this linq.js on client side filtering using two datepicker values how can I filter ther resultset. Question is asked at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27213543/json-linq...

Id #5172 | Release: None | Updated: Nov 30 at 1:34 PM by CoderM23 | Created: Nov 30 at 1:34 PM by CoderM23

Suggested static forEach:

forEach<T>(enumerable: IEnumerable<T>, action: (element: T, index?: number) => any): void;

Id #5171 | Release: None | Updated: Aug 16 at 10:01 PM by electricessence | Created: Aug 16 at 10:01 PM by electricessence

Params ... not a good idea without an explicit definition.

I've tooled over this again and again. And the fact remains that if you declare a function like: function() { var args = arguments; // Then start checking for if it's length is 1 and contains ...

Id #5170 | Release: None | Updated: Aug 16 at 9:55 PM by electricessence | Created: Aug 16 at 9:49 PM by electricessence

TypeScript definition file contains an invalid declaration for contains()

Your typescript declaration if wrong: contains(value: any, compareSelector: (element: any) => any): Enumerable; this should be: contains(value: any, compareSelector: (element: any) => any): bo...

Id #5169 | Release: None | Updated: May 14 at 3:46 PM by mbaarz | Created: May 14 at 3:46 PM by mbaarz

Manipulate the selector of an inner join

I create a dateRange wich is an array of dates. Then I have an array of day numbers like 0 for Sunday, 1 for Monday etc... Now I want to get all dateRange dates according to the visibleWeekDay...

Id #5168 | Release: None | Updated: Mar 27 at 1:46 PM by BastienPascal | Created: Mar 27 at 1:46 PM by BastienPascal

OrderByDescending is giving wrong result

I am trying to sort the following number var array = [{ DEFAULT_VALUE: "1" }, { DEFAULT_VALUE: "2" }, { DEFAULT_VALUE: "3" }, { DEFAULT_VALUE: "4" }, { DEFAULT_VALUE: "5" }, { DEFAULT_VALUE: "6"...

Id #5167 | Release: None | Updated: May 6 at 10:52 PM by NathanFriend | Created: Feb 7 at 4:11 AM by sujoy18

TypeScript definitions for 2.2 doesnt contains CascadeBreadthFirst with one parameter

There is CascadeBreadthFirst with single argument T[] func(T) in reference. But there is no such overload in Type Definitions for linq.js 2.2 We can mark second parameter as optional in CascadeBr...

Id #5166 | Release: None | Updated: Nov 19, 2013 at 12:37 PM by SiAVoL | Created: Nov 19, 2013 at 12:37 PM by SiAVoL

Suggestion: analog for the .ToList() method

One thing that would be very useful is an analog for the .ToList() method. Many times I need to "materialize" (or in other words "evaluate", "freeze") a sequence in order to prevent it from reeva...

Id #5165 | Release: None | Updated: Nov 22, 2013 at 11:45 PM by neuecc | Created: Sep 12, 2013 at 7:13 PM by fsoikin

TypeScript 0.9.1 compiler hungs on processing Linq.js.d.ts 3.0.3-beta5

I have created issue in TypeScript issue tracker: https://typescript.codeplex.com/workitem/1483 The problem related to TypeScript compiler, but it's, I think, possible to fix defenition file too.

Id #5164 | Release: None | Updated: Aug 11, 2013 at 7:54 AM by Igorbek | Created: Aug 11, 2013 at 7:54 AM by Igorbek

-Case insensitive in linq-

Hi can any one help me out for how to search data in in Case insensitive manner. If i find - AbB in query and in my JSON abb,ABB,aBB then it need to result all the data.

Id #5163 | Release: None | Updated: Jul 26, 2013 at 3:28 PM by Ankit_Thakkar | Created: Jul 26, 2013 at 3:28 PM by Ankit_Thakkar