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How to create an Angular 4 app with Visual Studio 2017

Configuring and creating angular apps with Visual Studio is not straightforward as it requires some manual configuration settings and some addition of .config files. It would be nice to have a ready-made template which would take this pain away and save the time. With Visual Studio 2017, a template is available for creating and running sample Angular application. The template is good enough to get you started with Angular. This post talks about how to create an Angular 4 App with Visual Studio 2017 and how to extend it with a simple example.
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Uploading Multiple Files in ASPNET Core Razor Pages

Uploading Multiple Files in ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

If you are a fan of ASP.NET Web forms and miss them, ASP.NET Core Razor Pages gives you the exact same feeling of ASP.NET Web forms. Razor Pages are a new feature of ASP.NET Core 2.0 that makes coding page-focused scenarios easier and more productive. Razor Pages are introduced with the intent of creating page focused scenarios where there is no real logic is involved. This short post talks about the solution for uploading multiple files in ASP.NET Core Razor Pages using jQuery and Ajax. (more…)

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Handle Ajax Requests in ASP.NET Core Razor Pages

Razor Pages are a new feature of ASP.NET Core that makes coding page-focused scenarios easier and more productive. Razor pages use handler methods to deal with the incoming HTTP request (GET/POST/PUT/Delete). These are similar to Action methods of ASP.NET MVC or WEB API. Razor Pages follow particular naming convention and that is also true for Handler methods. They also follow particular naming conventions and prefixed with “On”: and HTTP Verb like OnGet(), OnPost() etc. The handler methods also have asynchronous version: OnGetAsync(), OnPostAsync() etc. Calling these handler methods from jQuery Ajax is tricky. This post talks how to handle Ajax requests in ASP.NET Core Razor Pages. (more…)

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Change ASP.NET Core Razor Pages default directory name

One of the new key feature of ASP.NET Core 2.0 is Razor Pages. Razor Pages are simple pages or views without controllers and introduced with the intent of creating page focused scenarios where there is no real logic is involved. You will find razor pages similar to ASP.NET Web Forms. They work on the convention and need to be placed in Pages folder and the extension is .cshtml. If you already have a folder named “Pages” in your solution, then it will create problems. Ideally, you would like to have a different name for the Razor page directory to avoid any issues. This post shows how to change ASP.NET Core Razor Pages default directory name.
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