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3/6/2019 4:23 AM
 

Hey Barry. Yes I had mentioned the 2nd tutorial you mentioned in my initial question.  The tutorial for it is way too fast and the text too small *and no voiceover* for me to use it.  And it doesn't use the SPA template from Christoc, which seems like spending a lot of time duplicating what Chris's templates do out of the box.

Is anyone currently doing SPA development w/Angular 7 and latest version of DNN?  The newest article is almost 3 years old that I can find.  Heck, I'd use MVC instead if there was a tutorial giving a head start w/MVC/Angular. 

 
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3/6/2019 4:38 AM
 
Alan Avante wrote:

Thanks Michael. I had seen that. It was published 3 years ago.  If there's one thing I've learned in the tech business after 35+ years is that 3 years is ancient history! lol.  Is it still relevant?  It discusses AngularJS, which is not used anymore and was completely changed by the Angular folks w/2.0.  Is there anything that discusses Angular 4+ and DNN 9.x? w/SPA?  Seems like especially with the SPA template this would be a tutorial in demand.

I'm afraid to invest time in a long tutorial only to discover when I try to use it with the latest version of tools that it has become irrelevant.  Any tips would be greatly appreciated.

Alan,

 

any book about IT is outdated in the moment it comes to the market. Sometimes the author (who normally gets money for the book) feels responsible and maintains a web page (or site) with newer information and corrections.

 

I know that a three year old blog cannot be up to date, but in many cases I can see the basics and learn and bring my work up to date in the end. A blog author shares his knowledge at the time he writes the blog, he (normally) never gets paid for that, and after a while it is not the newest know-how anymore. But this is not a reason to blame him (I know you did not). Very often it is still a starting point that may lead you in the right direction.

 

At the end of the day, it's up to you what you do with it.

 

Happy DNNing!
Michael

 

 


Michael Tobisch
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dnn-Connect.org - The most vibrant community around the DNN-platform
 
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3/7/2019 2:35 AM
 
BTW: Did you check the last part of the series? I know, it's not dealing with Angular 7 particulary, but it was written last June (yes, I know, this is 9 months ago) and deals with Angular 4+...

http://www.bitboxx.net/Blog/Post/525/...

Happy DNNing!
Michael

Michael Tobisch
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3/7/2019 10:50 AM
 

Lol!  Yeah guys, I know. We all have added some gray hairs keeping up with tech. ;-)  It is what it is, I'll spend the time to dive into that SPA tutorial, and create my own article, which, of course, will be extinct the day after I publish it!

 
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3/8/2019 5:04 AM
 
Alan,

+1 for creating a tutorial! But consider to publish it here in the blogs, you will propably reach more readers...

(even if it will be outdated :-))

Happy DNNing!
Michael

Michael Tobisch
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dnn-Connect.org - The most vibrant community around the DNN-platform
 
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