Patrick McVeety-Mill:

Loud & Abrasive

Posts on development, software, and technology including tips, troubleshooting, and "nobody-asked-you" commentary.

  • JS in .NET Without Node

    Or, Not Node, .Net.

    I don’t have to tell you that javascript is the new hotness. In fact, at this point, some may even call it the old hotness. More and more web applications are built as SPAs, or at least have much richer client-sides. The tools and libraries that’ve come through node and the npm have proven so useful that many developers are taking advantage of them outside of core- node.js projects.

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