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AlbumViewerVNext - West Wind Album Viewer ASP.NET Core and Angular Sample

  •    Javascript

This is a sample ASP.NET Core application that demonstrates basic features of ASP.NET Core in an API backend application with an Angular frontend. The application allows browsing and editing of a list of albums and artists interactively. The sample also includes a few Server Side Rendered MVC pages for browsing and viewing of albums and artists. I'll be adding the edit pages at a later point.

DotNetArchitecture - Architecture cross-platform with

  •    CSharp

Solution to apply and share new knowledge and technologies and to serve as architecture for new projects. Web: This layer contains the api and the frontend, responsible for interaction with the user to obtain and display data.

vc-storefront-core - VirtoCommerce Storefront for ASP.NET Core 2.0 repository

  •    CSharp

Official online shopping website based on VirtoCommerce Platform written on ASP.NET Core. The website is a client application for VC Platform and uses only public APIs while communicating.Setup your own private Microsoft Cloud environment and evaluate the latest version of Virto Commerce Storefront, read more.

kendo-angular-demo-aspnetcore-data - Kendo UI for Angular - Binding to an ASP.NET Core service

  •    TypeScript

This repository holds the source code for the article on Integration with UI for ASP.NET Core. The project is based on Microsoft's Angular project template with ASP.NET Core version 2.

AngularCLI-ASPNET-Core-CustomersService - Example of integrating Angular with ASP

  •    CSharp

This project provides an example of getting started using ASP.NET Core and Angular together in one project and is an updated version of the code shown in the Integrating Angular with ASP.NET Core RESTful Services on Pluralsight. If you're coming from the Pluralsight course you'll find the Angular code for the project in the Client folder now. Keep the Angular project code completely separate from the ASP.NET Core code to make updates of either technology easier in the future. This was a key consideration when organizing the folders/files in the project.