webapi

A 3-post collection

Building Single Page Apps with HTML5, Knockout, jQuery, and Web API - Part 4 - Serving JSON with ASP.NET Web API

  It’s about T-4 weeks til my Pluralsight course is available. As I get closer to reaching completion I’ll continue sharing some thoughts on how the SPA is architected. Web Service Layer and JSON The X AJAX stands for XML … but most of us use AJAX for requesting/pushing JSON. Most HTML5/JavaScript apps these days deal with JSON which makes having solid and simple server side JSON serving tools (lots of S’s in there) really important. Enter the ASP.NET Web API, which I used an an integral part of the Code Camper SPA for my Pluralsight course, titled “Building Single Page Apps (SPA) with HTML5, ASP.NET Web API, Knockout...


Building Single Page Apps with HTML5, Knockout, jQuery, and Web API - Part 3 - Server Technologies

Some skills never go out of fashion. Managing data and serving it up to a client is one of those skills. Sure, the technologies change and the way we use them, but we’re still gathering and delivering data. Recently I wrote about how my new course is progressing for Pluralsight. The course, titled “Building Single Page Apps (SPA) with HTML5, ASP.NET Web API, Knockout and jQuery” , is an end to end course. This means I cover the app and how it uses all of the technologies to produce the SPA. Today I’ll share some insights on the server technologies I am using in Code Camper SPA. The diagram below shows the key ingredients...


Building Single Page Apps with Knockout, jQuery, and Web API - Part 1 - The Story Begins

I’m currently recording a course for Pluralsight with a working title of “Building Single Page Apps (SPA) with ASP.NET Web API, Knockout and jQuery” targeting to be out by August 31. This is an end to end course that hits hundreds (ok, not quite) of technologies that work together to create a SPA that works across multiple devices and screen sizes. As I’m recording the videos, I thought it might be fun to occasionally blog about the experience as there were many good tips (and trips) I hit along the way. I really wanted to share an end to end demo that doesn’t cover every feature of every technology, but rather...