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August 12, 2015

"Angular Front to Back with Web API" Problem Solver

Angular and ASP.NET Web API are like chocolate and peanut butter, they are GREAT together! But there are lots of intricacies and many, many things that can go wrong when putting these two technologies together. This problem solver covers some of the most common things that can go wrong and how to fix them. Using […]

Angular Custom Services in TypeScript: Factory vs Service

Filed under: AngularJS,TypeScript @ 1:14 pm
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In my prior post (http://bit.ly/DeborahK_AngularServices) I outlined the difference between the factory pattern and service pattern when building a custom Angular service with JavaScript. In this post we’ll look at the differences when the Angular custom service is written in TypeScript. Angular Custom Service The basic code to create an Angular custom service in TypeScript […]

April 30, 2015

What Developers are Saying About: "Angular Front to Back With Web API"

It is sometimes difficult to find detailed step-by-step guidance for building an application using Angular and ASP.NET Web API. The Pluralsight course: “Angular Front to Back With Web API” covers the following topics from front to back: Retrieving Data CORS and Formatters Passing Parameters Using OData Queries Saving Data Action Results, Error Handling & Validation […]

January 12, 2015

What Developers are Saying About: AngularJS Line of Business Applications

Filed under: AngularJS @ 8:56 am
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Developers interested in building great business applications with AngularJS are finding the Pluralsight course: AngularJS Line of Business Applications to be just what they need. (If you don’t have a Pluralsight membership, sign up for a free trial here.) Here are some of the comments in the discussion section for the course: You’ve built a […]

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