Angular.js for ASP.NET MVC Developers- Basics

Fiuuuuuuuu After a long time I am again thinking to write a series.This time most popular JS library i.e angular.js for MVC developers.
Being an ASP.NET developer, I didn't find many resources on the internet for angular.js with AS.NET MVC.In this First blog, I will Introduce the angular.js for ASP.NET MVC guys.

What is Angular.js?

AngularJS is a client-side MVW(W stands for whatever) or MV* framework written in JavaScript. It runs in a web browser and greatly helps us (developers) to write modern, single-page, AJAX-style
web applications.
We can angular.js is an opinionated framework or software which tells or suggest us how to solve a problem in an efficient manner.Although there can be many solutions to a problem but angular feature specifications tells to do them in an efficient manner.

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JavaScript For C# Developer

This Presentation depicts JavaScript concept for Csharp developer.It helps to understand the concepts of JavaScript resembling/differentiate them with C# concepts.

It took one week to complete the fundamental concepts of angular.Js, but it took more than one month to understand the concepts of javascript and relate it to C#.

So here it is:

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Hack proof your applications from Session Hijacking


This article is the Part-6 of my series Hack Proof your and mvc applications. In this article, I will describe what exactly Session Hijacking (Man-in the-middle-attack) is and how a hacker exploits it and how we can prevent Session Hijacking attack in applications.


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Hack proof your Javascript using javascript Obfuscation in ASP.NET applications


This article is the Part-5 Article of my series Hack Proof your and mvc applications.
In this article i will describe how to obfuscate your JavaScript code (Your written business logic in JavaScript or those  JavaScript libraries you don't want to expose to others) in application with visual studio.

Background :

You can read previous article of this series from below links :

    1. Secure your ASP.NET applications from SQL Injection
    2. Secure your ASP.NET applications from XSS Attack
    3. Secure your ASP.NET applications from CSRF Attack
    4. Secure your ASP.NET applications from Sensitive Data Exposure and Information Leakage

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