In my first Angular 2 Tutorial post, I described how I followed the QuickStart tutorial at Angular, and build on an ASP.NET Core project to match it. I have advanced quite a bit, moving on to the Tour of Heroes tutorial. In doing so, I have covered quiet a few new aspects of Angular 2.
Ending on the Master/Detail chapter of the tutorial, I had covered Displaying Data, Forms, Template Syntax, and User Input.
If you’re interested in using Angular 2 in an ASP.NET Core project, I advise you to closely follow the official tutorial, while at the same time having a look at my project for it, on GitHub.
Angular also have a bunch of other resources for learning Angular 2.
In yesterday’s post I described a little project where I had integrated the Angular 2 QuickStart tutorial from Angular, into an ASP.NET Core web application. I also promised to add a missing readme file to the project to help developers understand how I “merged” the two.
This is cutting edge stuff, but the first step is very simple and aimed at beginners. Yet with new tech, we are all always a beginner at something.
So, the code is on GitHub, over here: https://github.com/erisiasoft/Angular2Tutorials
This site will feature case studies of Erisia Software in delivering top quality information solutions, as well as news on information technology in general, and some educational material on software development. For now, this blog will concentrate of Angular 2 and .NET Core.
But right now, my clients are much more important than my website, so content will slowly begin to appear over the next week or two, and then later more regularly.