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ASP.NET Core and Angular 2 Paperback – October 12, 2016
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Writing code is about striking a balance between maintainability and productivity--how quickly you can write it against how much more you have to write in the future. This is a guide to doing just that by combining the impressive capabilities of ASP.NET Core
and Angular 2. It shows you how to successfully manage an API and use it to support and power a dynamic single-page application.
- Find out how ASP.NET Core's and Angular 2's features perfectly complement each other
- Learn how to set up the resources you need and confgure the MVC 6 interface
- Handle requests and actions using server-side and client-side Routing
- Set up the data model using Entity Framework Core
- Learn how to use Angular 2 components and master directives
- Implement a token-based authorization and authentication ﬂow supporting external login providers such as Facebook, Google, Twitter and more
- Find out how to create responsive, mobile-friendly views using Bootstrap and LESS
- Setup and optimize your production environment using IIS and SQL Server
- Secure your application against a diverse range of dangerous security threats
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Top customer reviews
I think where most books go wrong is they either just paste in a bunch of code and say, "OK, copy all of the code out of this book and you will be a programmer"...WRONG
Or they take this approach: "You will not write any code in this book, I will blab on about theory until you get bored to death and never open this book again"...WRONG
THIS book is the PERFECT balance of those two extremes. It is a nice balance between theory and getting your hands dirty. I hope Valerio writes more books in the future, I will buy them with no questions asked.
"In other words, unless the task is so trivial, or involves a minimal amount of data, that the client can entirely handle it, meaning that it already has everything that they need."
WTH did the author want to say and why in the world did he use so many words? Check the punctuation too.
First 63 pages just to try to setup the development environment!
Really?! Is that kind of technology you'd like to use?
Most recent customer reviews
The sample code does not build.