Angular 2 and ASP.NET Core MVC

By the end of this post you will be able to integrate Angular 2 into an ASP.NET Core MVC Application (MVC page using both Razor and Angular 2) Both Angular 2 and .NET Core have been RTM for a little while now. So I've been keen to get them working together. There are plenty of examples online of how to create a .NET Core Web API and have an Angular 2 SPA talk to »

Gulp rimraf vs del

I’ve been getting to grips with ASP.Net vNext (beta4 using Visual Studio 2015 RC), by default gulp-rimraf is installed to get rid of files and folders. I’m unsure whether this is going to be removed in the template for vNext in the future, but it probably should….. However it has been deprecated, instead you should be using del as the guys at html5boilerplate suggest. As an added bonus – del (github) protects you »

Gulp Flatten

Whilst working on a personal project (more of that to follow), I’ve wanted to ensure all the different angularJS files go into the same directory after a build. i.e. I don’t want a folder eachfor angular.js, angular-resource.js etc By default, gulp.dest(“dest path here”) overwrites all files in the path with the files from the gulp.src(“source path here”). For the following folder structure ├── angular │   ├── angular.js »