Last post Oct 22, 2014 06:06 PM by AC70
Oct 22, 2014 03:07 PM|AC70|LINK
I work with vb.net for desktop application and ASP.NET (vb and c#). I decided to learn MVC and SPA application.
I watched the Steven Sanderson presentation (published 2 years ago) and I think it is a fantastic technology.
I have created a MVC 4 - SPA project in VS2013 but the structure is completely different from the one presented by Sanderson.
1) I tried to implement the offline mechanism without success. Can anybody tell how can it be implemented ?
2) Is it possible that the 2013 MVC 4 (SPA) project uses different libraries now ? I can't use for example knockout and upshot in the sources. Am I missing some reference ?
3) Is there a tutorial/presentation more recent ?
I know there are lots of questions but I can't find documentation on-line that guides me step by step to create a new project.
Thanks in advance
Oct 22, 2014 03:25 PM|PatriceSc|LINK
http://www.asp.net/single-page-application/overview/introduction/knockoutjs-template The Template is perhaps too old (2 years, more likely VS 2013 was a bit later that so perhaps he just created his own Template). Anyway templates are just a default starting
point. You are free to amend them as needed. For particular libraries they are general so just look at the site for the libray you are using (for example
For #1 and #2, avoid to post too much question. It' hard to follow a thread where different questions are processed each at its own pace. You'll need to give some details. In particular knowing how it fails is helpfull to understand what caused the issue
(else we could end up giving similar explanation than those you used and still you would run into the same issue because of Something such as a wrong path to your js files or whatever ...)
Oct 22, 2014 06:06 PM|AC70|LINK
Hi patriceSc, thanks for your advices.
I will try to figure out the way to implement the offline mode from the links you gave me.
Anyway, if anyone had already have any experience on implementing the offline mode on VS2013 SPA project, please let me know.