I run the Creative Entry Points dev team within Microsoft Advertising. We build the UI and APIs that allows partners to get Ad Assets (images, videos, text) into the Ads system. I’m rethinking things.
I just committed a big change to the AngularJS CRUD Grid – Lookup Tables! CODE: https://github.com/jongio/AngularJS-WebApi-EF Here’s what’s included: Lookup tables: You can now specify that a column
I just added filtering to the AngularJS CRUD Grid. AngularJS makes filtering VERY easy. All I had to do was add a text box with ng-model and then use the “filter” filter in your ng-repeat CODE: https:
I just added sorting and upgraded to AngularJS 1.2.0 and Bootstrap 3. CODE: https://github.com/jongio/AngularJS-WebApi-EF I’ll eventually put the into directives, just ran out of time today. 1. Added
Solution to Error: [$sce:insecurl] Blocked loading resource from url not allowed by $sceDelegate policy.
Error: [$sce:insecurl] Blocked loading resource from url not allowed by $sceDelegate policy. UPDATE: This error was also appearing in IE11 because of a bug in the user agent detection. That has been f
CORS support is very easy to setup in WebApi, but the docs are outdated. They removed the parameterless constructor and didn’t update the docs. For testing purposes, you should just pass “*” for all t
Today I took my V2 Crud Grid and moved it into an AngularJS directive. That allows me to reuse the crud grid functionality and have many of them on the same page. Here’s what it looks like now: CODE:
In V1 of my AngularJS, WebApi grid I used $http to call my WebApi endpoints. I’ve been using $resource a lot lately, so I thought I’d go back and update it to use $resource instead. Here’s what it loo
Solution to: "Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin." with AngularJS and ngResource ($resource)
I just spent way to much time trying to figure out why I kept getting this error: Origin is not allowed by Access-Control-Allow-Origin. Here’s the code snippet: var resource = $resource('http://local
AngularJS CRUD Grid v1: How to build a CRUD Grid with AngularJS, WebAPI, Bootstrap, Font Awesome and Toastr
UPDATE 7/30/2013: I modified the code to use $resource instead of $http. Go to my new post “V2 of my AngularJS, WebAPI CRUD Grid - Now using $resource instead of $http and deployed a LIVE DEMO to Azur
@itsananderson and I just spent way too long trying to get Restangular running. Here’s what worked for us: <!doctype html > <html ng-app="app"> <head> <title>Restangular<