Angular JS CRUD operations with ASP.NET5 - Part 1

Posted by Anuraj on Monday, November 16, 2015

Angular JS ASP.NET5 Unit Testing Code coverage Javascript

This post is about implementing CRUD operations with Angular JS and ASP.NET5. The ASP.NET5 is different from the earlier versions of ASP.NET Framework. You can build ASP.NET 5 apps in Mac and Linux using VS Code and DNX. In this post I am configuring the development environment. You can add angular to your application via downloading from Angular website, via bower and using nuget package manager.

Locate in TFS - Visual Studio Extension

Posted by Anuraj on Thursday, November 12, 2015

Visual Studio TFS

This post is about a small but useful Visual Studio Extension, Locate in TFS. This extension will help you to locate the currently selected item in solution explorer, in Source control explorer.

ASPNET 5 EntityFramework.SQLite for x64 platform

Posted by Anuraj on Friday, November 6, 2015

aspnet5 sqlite

By default EntityFramework.SQLite will not work with x64 platform. Here is the tweak which helps you to target your ASP.NET 5 application for x64 platform.

Configuring ASP.NET identity with Sqlite

Posted by Anuraj on Wednesday, November 4, 2015

aspnet5 sqlite autofac

This post is about configuring the ASP.NET identity with Sqlite Database. In ASP.NET5, you can configure the identity to use Sqlite by modifying the DbContext. Instead of using SqlServer, you can use Sqlite.

Dependency injection with AutoFac in ASP.NET 5

Posted by Anuraj on Saturday, October 31, 2015

aspnet5 Dependency injection codeproject autofac

ASP.NET5 comes with inbuilt dependency injection framework. This post is about using Autofac DI framework instead the in built DI framework. You can find more details about ASP.NET5 DI Framework in ASP.NET5 DependencyInjection respository. And you can find more details about Autofac in Autofac documentation

Enabling GZip Compression in ASP.NET5

Posted by Anuraj on Friday, October 23, 2015

aspnet5 dnx codeproject Compression

Compression is an easy and effective way to reduce the size and increase the speed of communication between a client and remote resource. Two common compression algorithms used on the web are GZip and Deflate. The Accept-Encoding header is used by a client to restrict the encoding types that are acceptable in the response.

dnx-watch - A no-compile developer experience

Posted by Anuraj on Friday, October 16, 2015

aspnet5 dnx codeproject

If you’re using Visual Studio 2015 for ASP.NET 5 development, you can leaverage no-compile developer experience from Visual Studio, powered by Roslyn. This feature helps developers to see the code changes without compiling the source code. This feature was not available for DNX / K runtimes. There are some third party solutions available like kmon, which monitors the directory and restarts the server without user interaction. Long back I also wrote a C# wrapper on top of (K runtime)[http://dotnetthoughts.net/k-web-command-and-agile-development-environment/]. The implementation is pretty strainght forward, using a filewatcher, I will be monitoring the directory and if there is any change, I will restart server. Incase of project.json file, I will be executing the package restore command and restarts the server. In ASP.NET5 Beta 8, ASP.NET team created a wrapper on top of DNX command, it is called dnx-watch. The dnx-watch command will run your application and then watch all of the project files for changes. When a file is changed the dnx-watch command restarts the application. This enables a rapid development workflow where you edit the code, save, and then refresh your browser to see the changes. You can install dnx-watch using dnu.
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