How to use NodeJS, Express, and Bower to Create AngularJS apps

Read full article on the Infragistics blog Recently I heard – “IDE makes you ignorant, so do not over rely on the IDE”. Being a .NET developer, we cannot think our lives beyond Visual Studio and hence somewhere we become ignorant. We really don’t care about the behind the scene complexities. We create a project … Continue reading How to use NodeJS, Express, and Bower to Create AngularJS apps

21 points cheat sheet on AngularJS controller and the $scope object

This blog post is a 21 points cheat sheet on the AngularJS controller and the $scope object. These points can be used a quick notes while working with two important components of Angular app controller and the $scope object Notes on $scope object $scope is a glue between the view and the controller. It connects … Continue reading 21 points cheat sheet on AngularJS controller and the $scope object

11 things about JavaScript functions .NET developers must know: Part 1

I have often seen .NET developers struggle with the JavaScript. They try to compare C# functions with the JavaScript functions and usually do some minor but conceptual mistakes while using it. As we all will agree that JavaScript functions are the backbone of the JavaScript programming language, and if one has good understanding of the … Continue reading 11 things about JavaScript functions .NET developers must know: Part 1

How do I setup ASP.NET Identity 2.0 to use my own connection string

By default ASP.NET Identity 2.0 creates the database inside the App_Data directory of the application. ASP.NET identity 2.0 works on the Entity Framework Code First approach and it reads the connection string mentioned in the web.config as shown below, In the ApplicationDbContext class you can find that connection string named DefaultConnection has been used. You … Continue reading How do I setup ASP.NET Identity 2.0 to use my own connection string