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John Papa: Azure and Angular on DotNetRocks

  • Whether it’s time to host your Angular app, create API end points, or a database, or cognitive service intelligence, Azure is a great partner to Angular apps.
  • I had a great time discussing these and how serverless with Azure Functions can aid an Angular developer in developing and deploying great apps!
  • Listen to the podcast here

    Is Angular ready for the enterprise?

  • Carl and Richard talk to John Papa about the latest version of Angular and it’s applicability in everyday enterprise development.
  • The role of the cloud (specifically Azure) is also explored, and John talks about Azure Functions as a great way to build server-side elements of your application quickly and painlessly, without a lot of ceremony and provisioning.

Whether it’s time to host your Angular app, create API end points, or a database, or cognitive service intelligence, Azure is a great partner to Angular apps. I had a great time discussing these and how serverless with Azure Functions can aid an Angular developer in developing and deploying great apps!

@tikluganguly: Azure and Angular on DotNetRocks #azure #angularjs #podcast #dotnetrocks

Whether it’s time to host your Angular app, create API end points, or a database, or cognitive service intelligence, Azure is a great partner to Angular apps. I had a great time discussing these and how serverless with Azure Functions can aid an Angular developer in developing and deploying great apps!

Is Angular ready for the enterprise? Carl and Richard talk to John Papa about the latest version of Angular and it’s applicability in everyday enterprise development. John discusses how the fast-moving updates of open source projects are a challenge for enterprise developers and the solutions available – you don’t have to always use the latest bits! The role of the cloud (specifically Azure) is also explored, and John talks about Azure Functions as a great way to build server-side elements of your application quickly and painlessly, without a lot of ceremony and provisioning. And if you think that’s cool, you want to come to AngularMix, Oct 10-12 at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida!

John Papa: Azure and Angular on DotNetRocks

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