paul van bladel
paul van bladel

Introduction I have seen many attempts to introduce typescript into the aurelia development pipeline. Usually, what they have in common, is that they are are all quite involved and complex. I tried to work the other way around, based on
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Introduction Obviously, CRM apps aren't built in 5 minutes. Luckily, the idea of this article is not to show you how to build a CRM application and our sample really hasn't anything at all to do with a Crm app.
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What is Aureliauth Aureliauth is a token-based authentication plugin for Aurelia with support for popular social authentication providers (Google, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Windows Live, FourSquare, Yahoo, Github ) and a local stragegy, i.e. simple username (email) and password. Aureliauth is
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Project structure Take a look at following project structure: There is the client and server folder in the root. Some developers surround these with a additional src folder. I don't see any direct benefit in doing that. Another observation is
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Introduction I'm learning Gulp and sharing here my progressive insights. I'm a big fan of a decent continuous integration approach and to foresee as much automation as possible in your application development workflow. All that makes that your can put
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Introduction In this article I'll explain how easy it is to configure automatic fail-over when using MongoDb as database server. I'll present things in such a way you can easily do this yourself on a windows machine. What is fail-over?
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Introduction In this article, we'll start from a fresh Ubuntu server and get a .Net web api up and running. All this can be covered in this very post. We'll use the source code from the previous post stored on
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Introduction I have been working lately quite insensively in the Linux world. Time again for some .Net. Let's see what happened in the mean time with AspNet Vnext and let's explore a Katana based web api. But we will not
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Introduction In the first episode, we did setup nginx for hosting a nodeJs app and applied an additional rewrite rule. In this post we'll provide some additional rebustness. What we are missing, is a kind of process which monitors our
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Introduction In the previous post we did setup a nginx web server for serving static pages. In this post, we will host a NodeJs application and make sure it will survice application crashes. The sample NodeJs application We'll focus on
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