In this article you will learn about MVC AngularJS Master/Detail CRUD, Filter and Sorting using WEB API 2 with Stored Procedure.
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User Name availability check is required in most of the registration forms where we allow user to choose a user name that one can use to login later. In some other scenarios, we allow user to use his/her email as login id/user name. In both the scenarios, we require to make sure that user name […]
Mahesh Sabnis begins a series on building a line of business application using ASP.NET MVC 5, Web API and Knockout. This first post focuses on authentication and identity.
We present a functional take on front-end data-binding. MVC, MVP, MVVM, just the V – there are many useful architectures for data binding when data changes in discrete chunks. For data that changes continuously in time (animations, gesture controlled UI, responsive layout, etc), these are not the best tools. By treating continuously changing layout data in a functional way, and updating discrete changes to a model’s data in an MV* way, we can split the data-binding problem into two cleanly separated problems. In so doing we make all our tools better at what they do best.