Harness the Power of ASP.NET MVC, Web Api, OData, Kendo UI & RequireJS to Build an Easy & Maintainable SPA (for the .NET Developer) – Published

Apologize for the delay, the original article: “Harness the Power of ASP.NET MVC, Web Api, OData, Kendo UI & RequireJS to Build an Easy & Maintainable SPA (for the .NET Developer)” has now been published as “A .NET Developer Primer to Single-Page Applications (SPA)“.

Download: http://lelong37.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/msdn-mag-1403.pdf
Online: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dn605877.aspx
Source code: https://easyspa.codeplex.com
Live Demo: http://easyspa.azurewebsites.net/home/spa#/customer/index

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33 thoughts on “Harness the Power of ASP.NET MVC, Web Api, OData, Kendo UI & RequireJS to Build an Easy & Maintainable SPA (for the .NET Developer) – Published

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  7. Hi le,

    I have rewrite this project in html version (doesn’t use razor) and got an error when adding custom toolbar on the customer grid. Everything is working perfectly when I remove this code on customer index html.

    data-toolbar=’[ { template: kendo.template($("#toolbar").html()) } ]‘

    Here is the error:
    1. Mozilla Firefox v.28 Error:
    TypeError: t is undefined on kendo.web.min.js line 9
    2. Chrome v.34
    Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘replace’ of undefined
    3. IE v.11
    {exception} Unable to get property ‘replace’ of undefined or null reference

    I spent 2 days to resolve this issue but no luck. Could you please help me?

    Thanks in advance.

    Hendra.

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    • We are working on integrating RequireJS integrated back in, however the objective for this release was demonstrating AngularJS, Kendo UI and ASP.NET MVC, since this is where we felt there wasn’t many samples and documentation out there illustrating this integration, however there is quite a bit out there already on RequireJS.

  9. Hello, I’ve downloaded the code but I can’t see any data in the customers page, neither in the live page.

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