Tag Archives: Html5

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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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 2, Getting started

Last time I described what I want to do. This time I will: Create the basic web site from a template. Install the necessary frameworks Remove the parts of the template that I don’t want. Publish web site to Windows … Continue reading

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Creating the Family Page – Part 1, Setting the Scene

This is the first post in a series where I will create a new website for my family. While doing it I will blog about my progress. Normally I do backend stuff or LOB applications with WPF or Windows Forms. … Continue reading

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Observations from DevReach, Day 1

A common theme at DevReach seems to be that HTML5 is the future, and Web-authors can no longer ignore the form factor of mobile devices. Any programmer who still want to be in business in a couple of years need … Continue reading

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