From asp:UpdatePanel to a Angular implementation
·Jun 27, 2015·
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This post was in draft mode from around a year back when I started out with Angular. But thought I'd publish it now than never. They do say "better late than never" :).
I was working on porting a .NET UserControl which used an
asp:UpdatePanel to an Angular implementation and the following are some of the resources I used. A reminder for myself as much as a list for others.
Why move from asp:UpdatePanel?
ViewState switched on, the page was a whopping 21.6 MB. The Angular implementation brought it down to 300 KB and increased the response time drastically.
- Intro to Angular (with some cool videos and tasks)
- The Angular JS Website
- Using RESTful web services with Angular
- Interceptors on calls
- Enable DELETE on IIS
- Adding a busy indicator
This article was originally written on Google's Blogger platform and ported to Hashnode on 17 Sep 2022.