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Angular How-to: Hide Logic from Users by Moving it out of the Browser and into Azure Functions

A common question from developers building Single Page Applications is how to hide proprietary calculations or other logic from end users. The answer is always to move that logic out of the JavaScript running in the browser and onto a server, which leads to building and hosting an API service. However, in the new world of serverless computing, there is a simpler option. Azure Functions is a compute service that enables you to run code on-demand without the hassle of building an entire application or managing any infrastructure.

Tips for Running an Angular app in IIS

Laurie Atkinson, Premier Developer Senior Consultant, A few tweaks are necessary to take an Angular app and move it to IIS. Here is a list of changes required to get everything running smoothly. Using the Angular-CLI to generate an Angular SPA is an excellent way to scaffold out a well-organized application. This tool also includes a ...

My highly opinionated guide to setting up the best environment for Angular development

This post from Senior Premier Developer Consultant Laurie Atkinson gives you a step-by-step guide to getting started with Angular development. Follow these steps to get up and running with an Angular application including source control, editor tooling, and essential commands. Step 1 – Use Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) for ...

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