Implementing an Angular Hybrid App Part 3

This post talk about the installation and configuration of and Webpack in a bigger activity of upgrading an Angularjs application into an Hybrid one, where both the framework coesists and where we are free to implement both with the old or the new. As we'll see, in the Angular installation we'll have to be... Continue Reading →

Looking deep inside OData Controllers

ASP.NET 4.5 has three different class which we can inherits to implements the controllers: Controller, ApiController and ODataController. In the latest applications that I implemented, because they were SPA, I used rarely the classic Controller (know as MVC controllers) and I developed a huge number of ApiController and ODataController. The first ones are used to... Continue Reading →

Typescript checking with TSLint

TSLint is a linter for Typescript, then a program that analyse our code to find potential errors and make the code more readable. The very nice feature is that TSLint has a separate json file, named tslint.json, to configure the analisys process and allow us to setup the rules; we need to put this file... Continue Reading →

Bootstrapping an Angular 2 application

In an Angular 2 application we have different options to load application and modules, and one of these is SystemJS. This is an open source project that give us the ability to load bunch of modules and define for each one the corresponding default main module. Therefore you can use this library to define a default... Continue Reading →

Using Gulp in an ASP.NET 4.5 application

The use of a task runner in an ASP.NET application provide a series of advantages about concatenating and minifying CSS and Javascript application files and offers a real and valid alternative to the ASP.NET optimization framework. One of the most recent task runner is Gulp, that using code over configuration for more readable syntax and node... Continue Reading →

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