polymer-series

Building Apps with Polymer and ASP.NET CORE (Part - III)

We were done with the API creation part in the previous post. Let’s finish up the app by connecting the simple-todo component with those APIs. Basically we need to call our APIs to do that. We are going to do that with a Polymer component called iron-ajax. It makes Ajax easier to work with. So, just like what we did for every third party components lets install iron-ajax with Bower. Then add it to the header section of your HTML document. Here is the command to install iron-ajax bower…

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Building Apps with Polymer and ASP.NET CORE (Part - II)

OK! As I told you in the previous post that I will make APIs using ASP.NET CORE Web API to be able to Add, Update, Edit and Delete todo items on the server side but the good news is ASP.NET CORE documentation already has an article on that. Here is the link, https://docs.asp.net/en/latest/tutorials/first-web-api.html Wait a minute! That doesn’t mean I’m not going to do anything in this post. If you went through that article already then you may…

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Building Apps with Polymer and ASP.NET CORE (Part - I)

So, I guess you have been running wild with Angular lately. If that so, then I’m pretty much sure that you are familiar with the concept of directive. HTML5 too came up with this concept of creating custom components and they call it web components. But today’s lesson is not about web components rather it is on a third party library that is built upon web components. Like JQuery, which is basically a library to work with javascript somewhat easily, Polymer is a library which can help us…

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