Talk at GGMUG

I spoke at Gwinnett Microsoft users Group last Thursday.  The talk was “Angular 2 / ASP.NET Core Primer”.  Here is the short description.  Get started with developing Angular 2 applications using ASP.NET Core in Visual Studio 2015.  Learn the basics of Angular 2 and ASP.NET Core.  Create a new project in VS and get it …

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Setting Up VS 2015 for ASP.NET Core RTM 1.0 and Angular 2 Final/RTM

n this post I will explain how to setup Visual Studio 2015 in order to develop an Angular 2 RC3 application hosted inside ASP.NET Core project.  I of course read the quick start first.  You need to make sure to install VS 2015, you can use Community edition of you want.  You would also need …

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Write your First API with ASP.NET Core and Entity Framework Core

In this post I will quickly describe how to create a simple API in ASP.NET Core that supports a set of CRUD operations on a database.  Before we get started, make sure to download and install ASP.NET Core on your machine.  You can find the installer here.  Let’s get started. Start Visual Studio and create …

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Setting Up VS 2015 for ASP.NET Core RTM 1.0 and Angular 2 RC 3

In this post I will explain how to setup Visual Studio 2015 in order to develop an Angular 2 RC3 application hosted inside ASP.NET Core project.  I of course read the quick start first.  You need to make sure to install VS 2015, you can use Community edition of you want.  You would also need …

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Setting ASP.NET Core RC 2 for TypeScript Development

Whether you are starting with Angular 2 and TypeScript or pure TypeScript development in with ASP.NET Core project, you will need to setup Visual Studio project to developer the code in.  In this post I will describe how easy it is to do so. First of all, you will need to install Visual Studio 2015.  …

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Configuring ASP.NET Core for Angular 2 Deep Linking

Angular 2 default routing uses history.PushState which allows us to use more natural routes such as “http://server.net/products/2” instead of “http://server.net/#products/2”.  We could still configure Angular 2 to use all state hash bang routes as well, but all modern supported browsers support pushState already, so why go with less supported configuration?  So, we should go on …

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