Offline Web Based Data Storage with Cloud Sync using Angular Cloud Data Connector (ACDC)

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Join your guide Cory Fowler as he talks to the product teams in Redmond as well as the web community.

This week Cory is joined by David Catuhe from the Client Developer Experience team. David is talking about his newest framework Angular Cloud Data Connector (AngularCDC) which enables web developers to enable offline support in their web or mobile applications built with HTML and JavaScript which will later sync to a cloud based data store including the following providers:

Stable

  • Azure Mobile Services

Experimental

  • Amazon Web Services (DynamoDB)
  • Facebook (read only)
  • Twitter (read only)
  • Ordrin (read only)
  • Nitrogen (read only)

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    Leon

    Does your service have support for custom API endpoints?

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    fm2000

    Awesome show. I've been doing Angular + Typescript development and it really looks like a great tool to try out.

    Cory, thanks for everything. I always enjoyed the show because of your questions and preparation. You will be missed. Wish you the best.

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    bradygaster

    Great show, Cory! Nice send-off! You've done great on the show. Now you need to get back on the show as a guest to tell everyone what you're working on and it'll be even more fun! 

    Congrats on the new gig, brother!

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    SmartmilToys

    @bradygaster: As I know Angular Cloud Data Connector enables Angular developers to use cloud data specifically Azure mobile service – and it does this using standard browser features including indexed DB.  This product is actively developed by the TED team assigned to the Microsoft Open Technologies Hub.

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