Author Archives: Lund

About Lund

Owner of iCodeIT, a software consulting company. I am primarily working the .NET development and architecture.

The Family Page–Part 8, Wish list and Angular.js second try

Since last time where I started using Angular.js with Angular resources and services, I have been reading a bit and I decided on a little bit different approach. I want to use WebApi on the backend, and Angular factories and … Continue reading

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The Family Page–Part 8, using Angular.js to show the wish list.

Last time we made the wishlist datamodel, view and controller. Now we will start to use angular.js to show our data. First I create some data to show – this is done the Seed() method of the migrations Configuration class. … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page – Part 7, Beginning on the Wish List

Now that all the user and role code is done, it is time to add some real functionality. This time we will add the data model for the wish list and create a basic controller and view for it. This … Continue reading

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Creating The Family Page – Part 6, Role and User Management

This time we will add role management and subsequently give an administrator the ability to a manage (add/edit/delete) users. It might seem overkill to have roles on such a simple page, that will hold the content of a family of … Continue reading

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Creating The Family Page – Part 5, User Account–Password reset

This will be a somewhat different post than I had anticipated. I turns out that the ASP.NET Identy module in VS2013 Update 1 and below does not support password reset.  In this Stack Overflow question it is stated that the … Continue reading

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Creating The Family Page – Part 4, User Accounts–Cleaning up

This will be a short and a bit boring post – it is about cleaning up. Last time we expanded on the IdentyUser Object. I also told that we are not going to use the external log in code (that is … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page–Part 3, User Accounts–expanding the IdentyUser

The next couple of posts we will talk about user accounts. This time we will look at expanding the information stored on the user account. First we will take a look at how user account data is stored. As mentioned … Continue reading

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