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Angular JS: Routing to a Single Page Application mode using ASP.NET MVC

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If you are familiar with MVC routing you are wondering, err… routing is a server side thing, how does it matter to a client side framework. Well you are not alone, even I had the same thoughts when I heard of Routing in JS frameworks. But as you will see, routing is real and it works rather nicely on Angular JS.

 

 


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Single-Page App with AngularJS and ASP.NET MVC 4

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You want to try creating a single-page web application (SPA) on top of AngularJS, a client-side MVC framework by Google. I assume, you’re already familiar with ASP.NET MVC. Will these two play together nicely? The answer is YES! With a few gotchas…

First, why on earth would you want to mix a client-side MVC-family framework with a server-side one? I think you do not want to do that. On the other hand, ASP.NET MVC 4 provides a great framework for creating RESTful services: Web API.

 

 


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What is SignalR: An Overview of WebSockets and Hubs

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I know that SignalR has been around for a while, but I wanted to take a moment to provide a SignalR for dummies post.  And for the record, I am just using the expression; never would I actually imply you are an actual dummy.  Since you are viewing my site, all evicence would suggest otherwise.  Eh-hem….  Well that was arrogant Chris!

This post is intended not just for anyone that is new to SignalR, but also in preparation for my upcoming Desert Code Camp presentation as well as a few follow up articles I intend to write on some more advanced SignalR concepts.


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