TNWiki Article Spotlight – Implementing Server Side validations in AngularJS


It's the last Tuesday of the month of November, and on Tuesdays we write about great TechNet Wiki articles that you shouldn't miss reading. Today the article I am going to highlight is the article that won the gold medal in TechNet Guru Awards: October under the ASP.NET category. It's an article from Naomi N titled Implementing Server Side validations in AngularJS.

I am 99.99% sure, most developers know what AngularJS is. Just to refresh your memory, it's JavaScript based front-end web application framework developed by Google. It is maintained by Google and AngularJS community (yes, that is open-source).

In this article, Naomi N discusses how to implement validating of user's input in HTML pages with some back-end logic using AngularJS 1.5+ version. Including a screenshot from the article, she is explaining all the steps to achieve something like below.

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She has used a problem definition and has written the article covering all the aspects, database, back-end implementation, etc. Naomi N has used a lot of code snippets and she hasn't forgotten to provide explanations for each of them.

You can read the full article at the following link:

Implementing Server Side validations in AngularJS

Have a nice week ahead!

Happy Coding!

- Sri Lankan Wiki Ninja Jaliya (BlogMSDN ProfileTwitter)

Comments (4)

  1. Great Pick and thank you for sharing Jaliya

  2. pituach says:

    Great choice Jaliya 🙂

  3. Naomi N says:

    Thanks! It felt good writing articles again and I needed to share all the steps involved as I thought it was a great experience for me to get this working. The final push to write that article was a comment in the related issue on GitHub. Once I committed, I went ahead and wrote it. I want to write a new one which is going to be much simpler, but yet it was an important thing I learned recently. I also need to re-create some of my blogs from the site that, to my deepest regret, ceased to exist – beyondrelational.com. I had several blogs on that site and I need to re-create some of them as articles.

  4. .paul. _ says:

    Good choice of article…

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