Hello everyone, while developing a web application we never forget to handle an invalid request by displaying Custom 404 page for invalid request. Most of the web developers when creating a web application used to handle an invalid request by redirecting the user to a static custom error page. But this way of handling is not a good practice and is generally outdated. In this article, we will show you how to display Custom 404 page for invalid request in ASP.NET MVC in the proper way with HTTP status code.
Hello everyone, in this article we are going to learn how to build and deploy Angular application on IIS Server with the help of angular CLI. In our last article we have developed an Angular application with third-party tools i.e bootstrap and font-awesome and also have one image. If you have not gone through this article Creating Angular Application using bootstrap, recommend you to first cover up that article as we are going to use same application that has been created and explained in the previous article. You can also download the source code from Github.
Hello everyone, in my previous article we created a simple angular application HelloAngular using Angular CLI, in this article, we will discuss Angular Project Structure. Once the application was set up for us by Angular CLI, we have seen there are many files generated (please see the attached screenshot below). Let’s discuss some of the necessary files and its purpose in this article so that it will be helpful for all if we want some behavioral changes in our application.
Hey readers! In this article, we will learn how to create Angular Application using Angular CLI. Before going through this article we recommend you to first go through this article Getting Started With Angular So, let’s get started. Under C: Drive create a folder WorkSpace and a subfolder Projects. This is just to manage our work area. It’s better to create our working area first. If you already have a working space then use it. Now open a command prompt in your machine and change the directory to your workspace/projects. Now let’s create an Angular Application naming HelloAngular using Angular Read More …