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Asp.Net Core + Angular 2/4: Saga Continues

Dedicated time to code is limited.  Each month, I try to find blocks of programming time between emergency shifts, and after completing fpnotebook.com content updates. This past year I was also distracted by the Microsoft Data Science curriculum. Coding projects … Continue reading

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Cryptic Errors in Angular + Asp.Net Core

This is more a note to self, but might help others. My current application set-up is: asp.net core backend with web api angular cli frontend Build the frontend (ng build) generates output into the wwwroot folder of the backend/asp.net project. … Continue reading

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Asp.Net Core Testing Repositories and Mocking EF

I wasted the better part of the day implementing simple tests.   Even the most mundane, basic steps that have typically taken no time, were prolonged.  I remember an automated tool inside Visual Studio in 2010 or so, when you … Continue reading

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Angular 2/4 Dynamic Content Woes

I have been working for sometime on an angular version of my fpnotebook.com website. I migrated from an Angular 1 version  to an Angular 2 (late beta) version.  I have been setting up a backend using asp.net core, and thought I would … Continue reading

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angular spa, asp.net core and authentication – Part 2, Authenticating with MVC

In Part 1, I discussed my rationale for the following set-up using asp.net core MVC for authentication for an  angular single page application (SPA) frontend and an asp.net core backend.  In this post, I’m going to build on concepts from Michel … Continue reading

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angular spa, asp.net core and authentication – Part 1, The Idea

An increasingly common Single Page Application (SPA) client with server API backend solution is angular 2/4 with asp.net core API.  I especially like the approach by Michal Dymel where he creates 2 projects, asp.net core server and angular client.  Each project … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonder Server

Everything is more complicated.   Monthly, I log the changes in medicine, and change some of the same topics over and over again.  Cardiac arrest, for example,  has been honed from a cocktail of medications to high quality chest compressions … Continue reading

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