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Setting up AngularJS with Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web
In my previous post, I outlined a general structure for setting up an application using node.js and other open tools in Visual Studio Express. Now I would like to expand this to show how I would host the angular-seed starter application for AngularJS. If you aren’t familiar with AngularJS or the seed app, you might want to take a look before continuing because I am going to assume you are already familiar with both. First, I used the same File->New Project setup in my previous post creating a ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 9:43 PM

Why All Web Apps Should Use SOA (and What That Means)
In the beginning, there was GET and POST. In those days, most of the World Wide Web was read-only and browsed with text-based browsers. Then came graphical browsers, CSS, e-commerce, SSL, streaming video, mobile devices, etc. Two things withstood the test of time: GET and POST (we’ll ignore the other request methods for poetic license). Web applications are, and have always been, “service-oriented”. But what exactly does that mean and how does it change your design? What Do I Mean by SOA? SOA stands ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 7:46 PM

Setting Up node.js with Visual Studio Express 2013 for Web
Open source tools and frameworks are great, but when you use frameworks like AngularJS and LESS you can end up with a many files that get compiled down to just a few. Keeping these files separate is good for development and debugging so it is important to keep all of the original source files under source control, but you don’t want them published to your production web site. I am a fairly recent convert to AngularJS but when I took the plunge I was surprised that even with its massive popularity ......

Posted On Sunday, October 5, 2014 9:19 PM

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