An ASP.NET MVC Website Using AngularJS and Running on Azure Cloud Platform

I created Amazon Filler Items Searching website in last month. I used multiple technologies such as ASP.NET MVC 5, C#, .NET Framework 4.6, Async Task, Ajax, jQuery, Bootstrap etc. All these technologies are popular in current .NET applications development. Actually, Amazon Filler Searching website is a real project because we load formal commercial Amazon web services. You can use it for your real purchasing on Amazon.

However, in current web technologies, there is another hot name: AngularJS. What is AngularJS ? Please check AngularJS official website, this blog is not a place for introducing AngularJS content detailly, but we can simply to say: You might know jQuery, if you think jQuery is a JavaScript library, then please know AngularJS is a JavaScript framework for web application.

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The Amazon Filler Items Searching Website is Upgraded

I released a simple ASP.NET MVC website using Amazon service 2 days ago. I might call it MyFiller project version 1. In the 1st version, I actually have not finished all features which I wanted. So in past 2 days, I modified something on it. Now I can call it version 2.

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Load Project to Visual Studio Online Git Service Using Visual Studio 2015

I realized it was some different when I loaded local project to Visual Studio Online in Visual Studio 2015 compared with using Visual Studio 2013.

The following is the process of how to load a project onto VS online in VS 2015:

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Microsoft Will Give You Free Windows Server Datacenter (Win Server) if You Show Love to Hyper-V

We enjoyed the FREE upgrading to Windows 10 in past year, now with the launch of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft wants to give us more, but it is not Windows 10 this time, it is about Windows Server, which is more useful for enterprise customers.

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