Single Page Application (SPA)

AngularJS, ASP.NET, MVC, SPA

In This post I have elaborate step by step of forming a SPA from traditional multi page web application.

Background:

Recently I was working with a MVC application that is served by AngularJS at client side. I was thinking to make that application smart with navigation for better user experience while navigating using browser.

What is SPA?

SPA is known as Single Page Application, which mean this type of application must have a single entry view point.

The routing/request of this type application are managed at (Javascript/AngularJS) client side by the application itself.

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Team Foundation Server – TFS 2013

.Net, TFS

In this post we will focus on how to configure and administration with Team Foundation Server (TFS – 2013)

What is TFS?

According to Wikipedia Team Foundation Server (commonly abbreviated to TFS) is a Microsoft product that provides source code management (either via Team Foundation Version Control or Git), reporting, requirements management, project management (for both agile software development and waterfall teams), automated builds, lab management, testing and release management capabilities.

It covers the entire application lifecycle. TFS can be used as a back-end to numerous integrated development environments (IDEs) but is tailored for Microsoft Visual Studio and Eclipse on all platforms. Continue reading “Team Foundation Server – TFS 2013”

Team Project Collection – TFS 2013

.Net, TFS

In this post we will create a new team project collection step by step. let’s get review & installed the administer console if you still have not install/configure from previous post.

Team Project Collection

Team project collection is a group of project to manage multiple project from a single location. Let’s start with TFS Administration Console.

To create a team project collection

  1. In Team Project Collections, choose Create Collection.
  2. The Create Team Project Collection wizard opens.
  3. Specify a name for your collection. Specify a brief description of your collection and its purpose. Choose Next.

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