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Building Real-World App with ASP.NET Core and Angular 2

Posted By: Imran Ghani     Posted Date: June 19, 2017    Points: 2   Category :.NET Framework
 
ASP.NET Core and Angular 2(4+) is an ideal combination for building real world modular and cloud-optimized applications. As we know that ASP.NET Core is a complete re-write version from Microsoft for building cross-platform applications.


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