- The Angular.Net Configuration Tool Summary
- Debug Vs Release Abstraction
- Utilizing Git Hooks
- Hooks to Create the Angular Release Build
- Features of the Angular Release Build
- A Before Build Hook
- Passing Parameters to the Server
Hello! My name is David Donovan. Welcome to this ProMatrix course titled, “Angular: Overcoming Common Obstacles”.
This course is a reduced set of videos, and it covers specifically the topic of overcoming common obstacles when integrating with ASP.Net Core, using Visual Studio. In order to develop applications effectively, you will need to overcome many obstacles. This course should put it altogether for you to be able to use Visual Studio to integrate Angular and ASP.Net Core.
If you only want to learn how to overcome common obstacles when creating web applications with Angular and ASP.Net Core, then you’ve come to the right place.
However, if you would like to learn the whole subject, about how to integrate Angular with ASP.Net Core, then I suggest you scoot on over to the full blown course titled “Angular and ASP.Net Core Integration”.
I’d like to take this opportunity to share some of the obstacles that you will be faced with when integrating Angular with ASP.Net Core. Many are the same that you will face integrating any modern client-side framework, but most are specific to Angular. Please keep in mind that the key is automation. As a Microsoft developer, we expect to stay within the Integrated Development Environment, and consider it less productive if we have a need to drop down to the command line, or merge files manually, or make changes depending on the configuration we are in, Debug or Release. Let’s overcome any obstacles that will compete for our attention. Shall we?
About the instructors
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Angular and ASP.Net Core Developer
Over 20 years of experience with web technologies, enterprise systems, and web portal.
Expertise in developing web applications that look and perform like desktop applications and perform offline.
Current Experience as lead developer integrating Angular and ASP.Net Core.
Much experience in all stages of development, from design to implementation, testing to deployment
Broad understanding of total systems, hardware, software, interface components, and system integration.
Background in designing web services and web portals with the Microsoft .Net, Core and Azure Cloud Services.
Most recent concentration has been the design of single page applications using Angular, C#, ASP.Net Core, and Windows Azure
I was looking for Frontend related pitfalls, not for integration problems with ASP.NET. The title should be updated to reflect that.