How to fix the "No binary for Chrome browser on your platform" error, and get the Karma tests to run in Debian Linux.
In previous post we saw the basics of observables, and the different ways to create observables in Angular 5. Although that it is an interesting enough topic on its own, what it is really interesting about observables are the practical... Continue Reading →
Quick guide to understand Angular modules, and how to use them. how we create a module? Why do we need them, what are the exports, declarations, providers, imports, bootstrap properties in the @NgModule?
In this post we will expand a bit on the nature of observables, and different ways to create them using Angular. We will see how to create Observables from Promises, DOM Events, etc
In this tutorial we will learn how to use Observables effectively in our Angular applications.
In this post we will see how we can test an ASP.NET MVC custom Action Filter using xUnit.
In this post we will see how we can add Action Filters to a Web API Controller.
When developing ASP.NET MVC applications one runs from time to time into errors related to the Web.config configuration. This is not weird: in the end Web.config is an XML file and it´s easy to make silly mistakes when editing it: tags... Continue Reading →