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ASP.NET Core: Cloud-ready, Enterprise Web Application Development by James Singleton, Valerio De Sanctis, Mugilan T. S. Ragupathi

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Chapter 3. Angular 2 Components and Client-Side Routing

Our server-side Web API is working fine; however, the ItemsController is still missing parts that we're going to need eventually, such as the POST-based methods to insert, update, and delete items. There's no sense in adding them now since we're still mocking up our objects. We'll implement these soon enough when we switch to a real data model.

For the time being, let's see how we can make good use of what we just did by implementing a basic master-detail navigation pattern using Angular 2, which is our application client framework of choice.

Let's summarize what we're going to do in this chapter:

  • Greet our users with a Welcome View with three different lists of items: latest, most viewed, and ...

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