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SPA and the Single Page Myth

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SPA is one of the most exciting technology strategies today, but it may be one of the worst terms in modern web development. Just the word "Page" can have many meanings. SPA Misconceptions Chances ...
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Building remote control service for Spotify with ASP.NET Web API and SignalR

Building remote control service for Spotify with ASP.NET Web API and SignalR | Webdev | Scoop.it

In today's article we'll have a look at controlling your Spotify client remotely over HTTP using a small API toolset we'll create using self-hosted ASP.NET Web API. On top of that, we'll push current the current player status to the client in real time with SignalR (self-hosted too).

In the process, we will explore several other interesting technologies, such as OWIN, to provide smooth coexistence of Web API and SignalR.


Via William delmas, Marc Chouteau
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Building a real-time SPA using KnockoutJS, CodeFirst and XSockets.NET

Building a real-time SPA using KnockoutJS, CodeFirst and XSockets.NET | Webdev | Scoop.it

Building Single Page Applications aka. SPA is something that has become more popular this days. We can find a series of astute client-side JavaScript libraries helping us out to solve the most common tasks. KnockoutJS, AngularJS, DurandalJS and BreezJS are frameworks that we would recommend you to take a closer look into.

All of those frameworks delivers a wide range of functionality to solve time consuming issues such as dependency tracking, binding and associating DOM elements to objects and templating.

In this blogpost we show you how you can publish, subscribe updates via a simple RealtimeMVC controller using XSockets.NET. The controller has a dependency to a simple domain model and EntityFramework.


Via Jan Hesse
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Binding Checkboxes with KnockoutJS

Binding Checkboxes with KnockoutJS | Webdev | Scoop.it

Recently I had occasion to bind a list of checkbox input elements to a KnockoutJS observableArray.  It actually took me a great deal of time to get the implementation working.  In this post I am going to cover the issues I experienced.  Then I will explain how implement a surefire checkbox-KnockoutJS binding solution.  This post assumes you have a working knowledge of KnockoutJS.


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AngularJS Architecture, Part 2: Understanding Modules - danorlando.com

AngularJS Architecture, Part 2: Understanding Modules - danorlando.com | Webdev | Scoop.it
A higher-level view at Angularjs, studying its implementation of design patterns for building scalable web applications, starting with the module API.
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List.js - Search, sort, filters, flexibility to tables, list and more!

List.js - Search, sort, filters, flexibility to tables, list and more! | Webdev | Scoop.it
Perfect library for adding search, sort, filters and flexibility to tables, lists and various HTML elements. Built to be invisible and work on existing HTML.

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Using KnockoutJS with SignalR in ASP.NET MVC

Using KnockoutJS with SignalR in ASP.NET MVC | Webdev | Scoop.it

To me these two libraries seem like a match made in heaven. SignalR calling a JavaScript function to alter data, and Knockout automatically updating the UI, awesome!

In this post I’ll show how you can use KnockoutJS and SignalR together to create real-time web application with little effort. I’m going to create a very basic example of a web page showing a list of exchange rates hooked up using KnockoutJS. I’ll then create a server side page to update the data and use SignalR to call a JavaScript function to update the JavaScript model.


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Running KnockoutJS Unit Tests with Chutzpah

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While unit testing our ViewModel was all working great, the real icing on the cake is getting JavaScript unit testing working without a browser, integrated into Visual Studio. And it would be even better if the test runs and results could be integrated into the Visual Studio Test Explorer. That’s where two separate Visual Studio extensions come in to play: the Chutzpah JavaScript Test Runner and the Chutzpah Test Adapter for Visual Studio. Both can be installed directly from the Extensions and Updates window in Visual Studio.


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