Angular 2 and ASP.NET Core - A Webcast

  • Feb 01, 2016 at 10:34 PM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 9 Comments

imageI’ve been toying around with getting Angular 2 working in a simple ASP.NET Core app. There are some specific caveats with getting it to work in Microsoft’s new framework. Let me show you how.

Now Angular 2 is in early beta and ASP.NET Core is in RC1 so I am taking a risk. I’m going to have a live webcast and I’ll build an Angular 2 app in an ASP.NET Core application. Come watch me walk the tightrope. No promises.

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Kicking Off The Road Trip!

It’s almost time to hit the road again and I am very excited! I’m headed across North America (with a dash of Europe) over twenty-five cities this spring.

During each stop of the road trip, I’m recording an episode of the Hello World Podcast, then doing an hour talk about ASP.NET 5 ASP.NET 1.0 Core!

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ASP.NET 5 Webinar

  • Nov 20, 2015 at 4:29 PM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 7 Comments

I had a great time today talking about ASP.NET 5 on a Pluralsight webinar. Over 1,000 people were able to attend. Thank you all for tuning in!

The webinar showed the very basics of what ASP.NET 5 is and why it exists. I had fun answering all the questions and wish we had time to answer more.

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Upgrading ASP.NET 5 Beta 8 to RC1

UPDATED: Missed fixes.

It’s that time again. ASP.NET 5 has a new release and this one has a go-live license! As announced today, the RC1 is available and a new RC2 is coming in the future.

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ASP.NET 5 and Bower

  • Nov 10, 2015 at 10:21 PM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 5 Comments

ps_logoAs most of you already know, I have a new course on ASP.NET 5. I’ve just released a teaser video that shows how the Bower.json editor in Visual Studio works.

The course was recently updated to use the ASP.NET Beta 8 bits. I am looking forward to the next update of ASP.NET and expect to continue to update the course all the way through the RTM.

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The Week at DEVIntersection

  • Oct 29, 2015 at 7:18 AM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 1 Comment

PrintI want to thank all the great attendees I met at this week’s DEVIntersection (Fall 2015) conference in Vegas! Richard Campbell and company put on a great show!

I had the opportunity to do three talks and two of them went well (if you were at my Bootstrap talk, you know what I’m talking about). In any case, I wanted to share the slide and code with the attendees so here it is:

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Upgrading from ASP.NET 5 Beta 7 to Beta 8

  • Oct 20, 2015 at 12:49 AM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 25 Comments

officetoolsIf you’ve been following along, you know by now that I’m investing my time into learning ASP.NET 5. Now that the ASP.NET team have released a new version, let me help you move your code to the new version.

The update this time includes some simple package changes but also some major API changes. I am sure I can’t cover them all here, but hopefully I’ll help you avoid the major ones.

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New Course on ASP.NET 5!

  • Oct 11, 2015 at 7:28 PM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 9 Comments

aspnetIf you read my blog, you probably already know how excited I am about ASP.NET 5. To dovetail with that, I’ve created a nine-hour course on Pluralsight that covers this brand-new technology from Redmond.

This new course is similar to my end-to-end course on ASP.NET 4/MVC5 that I released a couple of years ago. The goal of the course is to teach you all the concepts while helping you build a simple web app.

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A Look at ASP.NET 5: Part 5 - The API

  • Sep 27, 2015 at 10:25 PM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 13 Comments

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The more I work with ASP.NET 5, the more it looks and feels like the old ASP.NET stack except for the hosting. That’s a good thing in most cases, but writing the API that changes.

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A Look at ASP.NET 5: Part 4 - MVC 6

  • Sep 14, 2015 at 7:53 PM
  • Shawn Wildermuth
  • 2 Comments

measurewoodI had planned on finishing these a long time ago, but working on my Pluralsight course about ASP.NET 5 distracted me. Sorry about that.

If you’ve been doing web development in .NET, you probably have at least a passing experience with ASP.NET’s MVC framework. At it’s core, it’s a common way to build and architect web applications. The new stack is built on the same metaphors from the older versions. If you’ve been using MVC before, you won’t be lost and some of the additions are welcome.

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