Angular Resource Mocking using TypeScript

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. Sometimes you want to start with your angular app before the backend API is written, or maybe you want to test the app and de-couple it from the real backend API. With…

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Angular Routing using TypeScript

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. In angular you often work with SPAs (Single Page Applications) like our index.html. But what happens when you want to show the store details instead of the list of the list of…

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Angular Filters using TypeScript

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. Using built-in filters A filter can either format/convert the data in some way (similar to a XAML converter). Some built-in filters that work like this are number, currency, date, lowercase and uppercase….

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Angular Services using TypeScript

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. For this next part we will replace our hardcoded stores in StoreListController with a call to the back-end API we just created.  For this we can either use the Angulars $http or…

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Angular, TypeScript and ASP.NET WebAPI

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. Before we can actually access any server side data we’ll need to implement a REST API and we’re going to do that using ASP.NET Web API. For the purposes of this sample…

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Angular Controllers using TypeScript

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. So far our Angular app is not all that useful but in this post we are going to create the controller for the store listing. A controller is almost like a ViewModel…

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Angular for strongly typed people – setup

This is part of a blog series – please read the intro part and install the prerequisites if you want to follow along. The starter project from https://github.com/TessFerrandez/TheMall is an ASP.NET 5 Web Web API where I have just added a few html pages to the wwwroot directory and templates directory. I have also added…

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Angular for strongly typed people

I’ve been working with C# and other strongly typed languages for a long time. Because of that, it was pretty natural for me to go the TypeScript route when delving into AngularJS. Turns out that that is also the perfect preparation for Angular2 which doesn’t hurt. I love to share what I learn. So I have put together blog-series…

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15 features I love in Visual Studio 2015 – part 3 Debugging features

In this 3rd and final post it is time for the debugger features, yay!!!.  You might want to check out my 5 favorite editor and IDE features too. Debugging multi-statement lines with the autos window We have probably all debugged code like this, wanted to know what Helpers.DegreesToDirection returned and ended up re-writing the code…

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15 features I love in Visual Studio 2015 – part 2 IDE features

Continuing my list of favorite features or “What’s new in Visual Studio 2015”, that started with a post on Visual Studio editor features, it’s now time for the IDE.  In the 3rd and final part I’ll get to the real juicy new debugging features.  Saving and roaming the Window layouts I use the most I do almost…

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