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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 9

In our last lesson, we implemented a linkage to our WidgetAccessory class, and debugged some errors we

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 4

We finished our last lesson with our Widgets Direct page iterating over a list of widgets, displaying

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Authentication with REST

We are building a bunch of rest based services using Ens 2016.2 to serve our browser based application (Angular 4).

Two questions:

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Node.js: create a basic web app with React - part 2

Developing a Full-Stack JavaScript web app with Caché requires you to bring together the right building blocks. In the previous part, we created a basic front-end React application. In the second part of this article series I will show how to choose the right back-end technology for your application. You will see Caché allows you to use many different approaches to link your front-end to your Caché server, depending on your application's needs. In this part we will set up a back-end with Node.js/QEWD and CSP/REST. In the next part we will enhance our basic web app and connect it to Caché using these technologies.

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Node.js: create a basic web app with React - part 3

Developing a Full-Stack JavaScript web app with Caché requires you to bring together the right building blocks. In this third part of this article series I will show how to link our React app to our three back-ends we created in part 2.

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - start here

So, one day you're working away at WidgetsDirect, the leading supplier of widget and widget accessories, when your boss asks you to develop the new customer facing portal to allow the client base to access the nex

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 6

or "Didn't you say you would cover Persistent Objects in Part 5, Chris?"

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 5

At the end of our last lesson, we ended with our page displaying a nice (but garish) Angular Material

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 1 of Many

So, one day you're working away at WidgetsDirect, the leading supplier of widget and widget accessories, when your boss asks you to develop the new customer facing portal to allow the client base to access the nex

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 3

We finished our last lesson with our Widgets Direct page receiving a Welcome message as a property of

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Having your Node.js Cake and Eating It Too

I've mentioned the QEWD project in this group before: it's a Node.js-based platform for web, Native and REST applications which tightly integrates with Cache.

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Let's write an Angular 1.x app with a Caché REST backend - Part 2

or "So you just got yelled at by your boss, for sending him an unformatted Hello World webpage"

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Debugging Web

In this article I'll cover testing and debugging Caché web applications (mainly REST) with external tools. Second part would cover Caché tools.

You wrote server-side code and want to test it from a client or already have a web application and it doesn't work. Here comes debugging. In this article I'll go from the easiest to use tools (browser) to the most comprehensive (packet analyzer), but first let's talk a little about most common errors and how they can be resolved.

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