Yeoman is a code generator tool that enables you to create simple software projects. Yeoman works by presenting you with a few questions in a wizard-like command line interface, and then uses your responses to generate the code files for your starter project.
In this article, you will learn how to install Yeoman and install the ASP.NET Core generators for Angular. Then, you will create an ASP.NET Core application with a C# back-end and an Angular Front End.
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In this article, we’re gonna take a look at Angular, the front end framework that we’re gonna use in a project.
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.NET Core is a general purpose development platform maintained by Microsoft and the .NET community on GitHub. It is cross-platform, supporting Windows, macOS and Linux, and can be used in device, cloud, and embedded/IoT scenarios.
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Data loss is often a tragic and traumatic experience for most computer users. It is often due to hard drive failure, accidental formatting, electronic malfunctioning or a product of “natural calamities”. This seems to be not much of a problem when there are viable data back-ups that the user creates. However, the problem comes when we tarry on making our back-up files, which is not a rare practice by the way. Yet even for those who prepare back-up files still fail to check on the viability of their back-ups.
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An article about survivable computer systems, high availability, fault tolerance, and events such as attacks, accidents, and failures that can cause computer systems to fail
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Too many techies get a bad rap for lacking teamwork and communications skills. The stereotype is that while techies are great at what they are trained to do, they cannot parlay their knowledge onto others. Because of the stereotype that techies cannot communicate, they also can be stigmatized that they lack adequate teamwork skills.
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