Modern front-end web development in Visual Studio 2017

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A lot of work has gone into making Visual Studio 2017 the fastest and most productive version ever. Join us for a tour of the new features for web developers that makes writing modern web applications easier, more productive and fun. We look at new techniques like “dotnet new angular” and see how ASP.NET Core and Visual Studio 2017 are a great partner for your front-end web development needs.

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3

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Breakout

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B8073

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WSCC Hall 6E (1215)

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    The Discussion

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      Rasika

      Hi Mads, does JavascriptServices support angular 4?Because it seems server side rendering has changed now.

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      Mads Kristensen

      @Rasika, the SPA templates have just today been updated to include Angular 4, so it is supported

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      Rasika

      @Mads, thank you very much for the reply.We really appreciate your great work to help us developers.

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      Anish

      Mads, I wanted to say thank-you for all the tremendous work you and everybody involved has done in terms of building web tooling around visual studio. After using Visual Studio for years, leaving it behind and trying to learn modern web stuff is quite overwhelming. Thank-you for bringing/integrating these modern web dev tools/techniques in the the editor we know and love!

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      Nick

      Hi Mads,

      Great progress. Looking a lot easier to use .NET core with angular :0).

      Can you use the angular cli to generate components / services etc. for the app that is created by

      dotnet new angular

      e.g. if run Node.js command prompt in the project root can you run:

      ng generate component Customer-Detail

      thanks,

      Nick

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