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Tutorials




 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to use the AngularJS client-side library to invoke an HTTP Request using the GET, POST, PUT and DELETE verbs.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to use the Bootstrap’s grid system to place the user controls on the page, following an imaginary grid that helps us to align and position the controls, without using fixed X and Y values.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to develop a web application that will utilize the AngularJS library.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install the necessary libraries and assemblies to use the ASP.NET Web API technology in an existing project.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to create an ASP.NET MVC application that is going to have an Ajax-based link to asynchronously load records from the server. You are going to simulate a slow server so that you can make a GIF-animated spinner appear while the async Ajax call is waiting for the records to return.

 


This is the first tutorial from a course that teaches you how to install and configure the Android development environment. In this tutorial, you are going to install the Java JDK. The Java JDK is required before you can install the Android Studio IDE.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to use Visual Studio to create your first Windows Phone Application. You will learn the basics of using WPF XAML to compose the layout of your screens. You will open your project in Blend, which is a more powerful UI Designer tool. You will navigate through the different panels that help you configure your application project.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to create a Windows Phone application that is going to contain a pivot control. You are going to learn the difference between Panorama e Pivot controls.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to create your first WPF Application. You will have a chance to explore the basic XAML syntax. You will use the StackPanel tag to layout controls on the page.

 


In this tutorial, we will learn how to develop our first ASP.NET 5 Web Application project using the Visual Studio 2015 IDE. We will also learn how to use the project.json file to download and install our project’s dependencies. We will learn how to implement the Startup class to use the ConfigureServices and Configure methods to allow static file requests and handle MVC requests.