Last post Dec 11, 2015 07:36 PM by jenindra
Nov 17, 2015 01:01 PM|dpschwartz|LINK
I have been looking for an IDE to use with AngularJS and hoped to be able to use Community 2015. For the past several weeks, I have:
None of these combine AngularJS with an IDE and each has led to a dead end for me. I don't really want to have to learn all of C# and MVC to do a relatively simple Angular app. Is there a simple way to do what I am trying to do - the problem seems to be
more on the Community 2015 side (such as using Beta8 now and blogs using older versions)?
Nov 17, 2015 05:37 PM|issam75|LINK
sorry but i really don't get your point ....
i am using vs2015 commuinity to learn and practice agular, and i must say that it work very well to me .
i can't sugget you enough the excellent
Dan Wahllin Angularjs tutorial intro, here (Video+PDF) it's very well explained and there is no so much c# in it.
also there is a lot of tutorials like this in the web
alternatively in the IDE side :
you could try
VS Code for a lighter version of VS :
Hope it helps .
Nov 18, 2015 12:23 AM|Fei Han - MSFT|LINK
I have been looking for an IDE to use with AngularJS and hoped to be able to use Community 2015.
Would you like to use AngularJS in Visual Studio 2015? If that is the case, please refer to the following links.
Nov 18, 2015 06:48 AM|dpschwartz|LINK
I finally got AngularJS working using the proudmonkey page you referenced - between the blog and the active comments section, I was able to resolve all problems. I will also check out the other blog. Thank you for your reply.
I have been learning through Udacity, W3Schools, MVA and Code School, so I have used their browser tools and Sublime to write code. I used Visual Studio Express in the past and really liked it, so it was natural for me to want to use the new Community 2015.
However, I got stuck on routing and ng-view and spent many fruitless days chasing down how to solve my problem (how the # is resolved between client and server, silo SPAs, etc.) using Google searches, YouTube videos, other courses. I found a blog that promised
to walk me through this (which shall remain nameless because it didn't work), but then debugging in Community 2015 was disabled during the course of following the blog. Another set of fruitless days trying to solve the Community 2015 issue. I could solve problems
during online courses, but getting this to work with my app was frustrating.
I was about ready to give up when I came across the proudmonkey blog, which also walked me through upgrading Community 2015 to Beta8. This solved my problems, finally. My challenge was that I have to develop an AngularJS app without much knowledge of MVC
and even C# (I intend to keep learning all of this for a separate project).
I liked the promise of Community 2015 and ASP.NET 5 Beta8 and how Grunt can be integrated - but it was very frustrating for me to get something working. I know ASP.NET keeps improving and the training is racing to keep up - so it was great for me to find
the proudmonkey blog which got me going in an afternoon. My conclusion: how you start is very important and often omitted from training sources. I am glad to see there are resources out there for people like me.
Dec 11, 2015 07:36 PM|jenindra|LINK
well pretty good Community start