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Previous videos in this series: Part I: Getting Started with AngularJS Video Series Part II: Directives, Filters and Data Binding AngularJS follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) pattern and allows controllers to be defined that can act as the “brain” for a given view. In this video you’ll see how to define views and hook … Continue reading AngularJS Video Series Part III – Views, Controllers and Scope
Previous videos in this series: Part I: Getting Started with AngularJS Video Series One of the features that really sets AngularJS apart from other client-side frameworks is its built-in support for directives and data binding. In a nutshell, directives extend HTML and teach it new tricks that it can’t perform natively. Many directives are … Continue reading AngularJS Video Series Part II: Directives, Filters and Data Binding
One of the more popular acronyms being thrown around now days in the Web world is SPA which stands for Single Page Application. The acronym is a bit misleading since it infers that an application is built with only a single page. At first glance the concept sounds fairly useless since there aren’t many applications out … Continue reading Single Page Application (SPA) Frameworks
jQuery is still the most popular script library around with the latest jQuery Usage Statistics showing that over 50% of the top 100,000 sites use it. That's a huge number especially given that no other script even comes close to that type of percentage. But, the jQuery team isn't resting on their laurels and is … Continue reading The Future of jQuery by Dan Wahlin
It’s hard to keep up with all of the new technologies being released. The moment you think you understand a given technology a new one comes out and in some cases replaces the technology you just learned. Some people enjoy the challenge of keeping up with technology while others resist change and end up stuck … Continue reading Learn to build an End to End Application with EF Code First, ASP.NET MVC 4, jQuery, and HTML5 with Dan Wahlin at Interface Technical Training
In my previous post I discussed how to use ASP.NET Web Services to serve up JSON data to applications. As a quick review, there are several different techniques that can be used including the following: 1. ASP.NET Web Services (.asmx) 2. Windows Communication Foundation 3. ASP.NET MVC Controller/Action 4. Custom HttpHandler 5. Web API With … Continue reading Getting Data in and out of ASP.NET Applications using Ajax and jQuery – Using WCF – Part 2 by Dan Wahlin