Kimserey Lam's blog articles

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on 7/19/2017 7:38 PM
A better dotnet CLI experience with ConEmu When developing multiple Web api under multiple Visual Studio solutions, it can become very tedious to maintain, run and debug. Opening multiple instances of Visual Studio is very costly in term of memory and running all at once also clutter the screen which rapidly becomes irritating. With the advent of dotnet CLI tools, it has been clear that the next
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on 7/14/2017 7:53 PM
Configurations in ASP NET Core Every application needs configurations, whether it is a port, or a path or simply string values. In order to deal with configurations, ASP NET Core ships with a Configuration framework. The framework provides a builder allowing to read configurations from different json files, supports environment convention and also defining custom configuration providers in order
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on 7/7/2017 8:56 AM
Managing global state with Ngrx store in Angular The goal of Angular components is to be completely independent. This can lead to mismatch of displayed data where one component isn’t in sync with what other components are displaying. One solution is to have a stateful service shared among all components and delivering global data. This can be problematic when multiple pieces have to be globally
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on 6/30/2017 6:55 PM
Bootstrap your Angular project with Angular CLI In order to facilitate the creation of a new Angular project, it is possible to use the Angular CLI. Angular CLI is a CLI providing functionality to bootstrap, upgrade and serve your Angular app. Today we will see how we can use Angular CLI to improve our workflow. Bootstrap a new project Creating new components Serve the application 1. Bootstrap
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on 6/23/2017 6:21 AM
How to use the Angular Router Today we will see how to use the Angular Router. The router allows us to define routes which are transformed to urls which are then understood by the browser. Having routes allows us to create different categories and access points to our website. This post will be composed by 6 parts: Define routes Router outlet Special routes Data and ActivatedRoute Resolve guard
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