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Writing an Angular JS application end-2-end–Part 2

Introduction In the previous post I showed how we can use Yeoman to scaffold a new ASP.NET vNext application on Ubuntu. I then implemented a simple RESTful API and also started to implement the basics of a domain model. In … Continue reading 

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Creating an Ubuntu developer VM on Hyper-V – Part 4

Introduction We have been in the past and still are to a certain extent a .NET shop. Thus it is very important to us that we can develop our backend using ASP.NET Web API. ASP.NET vNext is now OSS and … Continue reading 

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Creating an Ubuntu developer VM on Hyper-V – Part 2

Installing MongoDB For a more detailed description of the process refer to the official MongoDB documentation here. First off we have to import the MongoDB public GPG key Then, similar as we did for Mono in the previous post we … Continue reading 

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AngularJS–Part 16, Forms

A list of all previous posts in this series about Angular can be found here. Introduction Most applications offer some way of adding or changing data to the user. In this post I want to discuss data entry in an … Continue reading 

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AngularJS–Part 15, End to end tests and mocking

In my previous post I introduced end-to-end testing (E2E testing) of Angular applications using Protractor. In this post I will show how we solve the problem when we need to write an E2E test that involves connecting to and getting … Continue reading 

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Angular JS–Part 14, End to end tests

Introduction The list of earlier posts in this series about Angular JS can be found here. Automated end to end tests are an important part of the continuous integration and continuous delivery cycle. Without automated end to end tests delivering … Continue reading 

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Angular JS blog series – Table of content

This is a series of posts about AngularJS and our experiences with it while migrating the client of a complex enterprise application from Silverlight to HTML5/CSS/JavaScript using AngularJS as a framework. So far I have published the following posts AngularJS … Continue reading 

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AngularJS–Part 12, Multi language support

Introduction Our application is a product used by many global companies and thus we support multiple languages like English, French, Spanish, German and more. The question is now, how does AngularJS help us to provide our product in all the … Continue reading 

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AngularJS–Part 11, Promises

Introduction This is a series of posts about AngularJS and our experiences with it while migrating the client of a complex enterprise application from Silverlight to HTML5/CSS/JavaScript using AngularJS as a framework. So far I have published the following posts … Continue reading 

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AngluarJS–Part 10, Intermezzo

Introduction This is a series of posts about AngularJS and our experiences with it while migrating the client of a complex enterprise application from Silverlight to HTML5/CSS/JavaScript using AngularJS as a framework. So far I have published the following posts … Continue reading 

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