You can read this topic to learn about publishing a web app and database, but to actually perform the steps you must start at the beginning of the tutorial. To publish your web app, right-click the project and select Publish. If you are not signed in to Azure, provide your Azure account credentials. You will publish your database project after you have finished publishing the web app.
We also took a detailed look at implementing Email Account Confirmation and Two Factor Authentication, which represent a couple of the sexier features of the Identity 2.0 RTM release.
We have previously explored explored Extending Identity Accounts and Implementing Role-Based Authentication under Identity 1.0, as well as Extending and Modifying Roles. If you are using Identity 1.0, those posts are still applicable, and you should refer to them now.
// src/ng2/app/app.import from '@angular/platform-browser'; import from '@angular/core'; import from '@angular/upgrade/static'; import from './app.component'; import from "ng2/app/ng2-demo.component"; import from "ng2/app/phone.service"; declare var angular: any; angular.module('phonecat App') .directive( 'ng2Demo', downgrade Component() ); @Ng Module() export class App Module Reload the application and see the upgrade shell which contains the Angular JS 1.x application.
When this works, we have provided the foundation for the goal of the next section: Using both, the Angular JS 1.x as well the Angular router, alongside.
Your controller is no longer encumbered with a lot of ties to the ASP.
The whole idea behind using the Model View Controller design pattern is that you maintain a separation of concerns.
In addition to this, we have to add a default route using // src/app1/app.// No Prefix for the sake of uniformity // $location Prefix('! Die Folien zu meinem Vortrag „Nextlevel Clean Code Development“ sind online bei Speakerdeck zu finden.
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