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DNN module development with AngularJS (Part 2)

Lets begin to set up our project. As told before in part 1 of this blog series, we will begin with a plain vanilla class library project in Visual Studio. So there is no need to install some module templates and use them. For learning purposes its the best to do this all manually. If you really understand all needed steps you can use these later but for now we'll stick with this.

DNN module development with AngularJS (Part 1)

This blog series should set you in the position to start DNN module development with Angular 1 even if you haven't done a module for DNN yet. So we will start with an empty project in Visual studio and build it up step by step. I plan to guide you through all these steps. But beware, this is no Angular course! I will not explain all the stuff that is involved in full detail because that would fill a book and is way too much for a blog like this, but where possible I'll provide you some links with further information to the corresponding topic. First we will start with a DNN 7 style Angular module using standard View.ascx that is able to run in DNN 7 and later we will convert this to a SPA module type for DNN 8.

Blogging in DNN with Markdown Monster by Rick Strahl

Blogging with Windows Live Writer is often a complicated thing. Like with every HTML editor you need to have good knowledge of the HTML language. If you are not careful, you overwrite the default fonts, font width, colors and other styles. See how easy blogging is with Markdown and the new Markdown editor by Rick Strahl

Creating a global token engine

One thing I liked most in former Joomla times was the possibilty to create global tokens that could be used anywhere in a Post / Article. Think of an "add to cart" token that you can place in a blog post that expands to a button that adds a predefined product to your cart!  See how this could be done in DNN!

DnnImagehandler - Hot or not ?

Recently I started a pull request for the dnn core. It is a replacement and enhancement to the part of dnn that generates the profile images. The new imagehandler is based on an old Microsoft codeplex project and is enhanced by me in the last years. See what it is all about and tell me your opinion if it should go to the core or not!

about.me.

Torsten WeggenMy name is Torsten Weggen and I am CEO of indisoftware GmbH in Hanover, Germany. I'm into DNN since 2008. Before this, I did a lot of desktop stuff mainly coded with Visual Foxpro (see http://www.auktionsbuddy.de). 

I'm programmer, husband, father + born in 1965.

Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.

Latest Posts

Rapid Module Development Part 2 - The multilanguage thing…
4/7/2014 7:32 PM | Torsten Weggen
Rapid Module Development
3/16/2014 10:39 PM | Torsten Weggen
Torsten Weggen: About me
1/9/2014 8:01 PM | Torsten Weggen
DNN Europe module template for client programming
9/20/2013 4:28 PM | Torsten Weggen
Migrate Joomla to DNN from a SEO perspective
6/25/2013 12:01 PM | Torsten Weggen
Single Sign-on (SSO) and Modulesharing in DotNetNuke CE 06.01.00 and above
2/26/2013 11:24 PM | Torsten Weggen
Using DAL 2 in a real world module
2/12/2013 6:03 PM | Torsten Weggen
Make a local copy of your live DNN installation
11/18/2012 4:38 PM | Torsten Weggen
DNN 6 Form Pattern - Html Conventions
2/3/2012 9:47 AM | Torsten Weggen
BBImageHandler on CodePlex
6/23/2011 10:25 PM | Torsten Weggen

My Twitter

Torsten Weggen 10/11/2018

Evernote or OneDrive user and love #markdown #markdownmonster ? Take a look at Joplin! https://t.co/4bzkiD6CHn

Torsten Weggen 9/14/2018

@booler @kristofclaes @RickStrahl until a phone is not able to be a complete replacement for my laptop (with a dock) thats ridiculous

Torsten Weggen 9/12/2018

Just finished the course "Angular RxJs Reactive Programming & FREE Ebook" https://t.co/2H0Rk3NuRB via @udemy