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UrlDecode vs HtmlDecode

The difference between these two commands is obscure, and plagued me for some time. It just gelled in my head, so I thought I’d share.

HtmlDecode — it converts the HTML character entities (&lt; &gt; &amp;) into hTML characters (<, >, &)

UrlDecode    — it converts the URL safe entities (%20) into its original characters (” “)


Why AngularJS – Part#2?

For simple DOM manipulation, which does not involve data manipulation (eg: color changes on mousehover, hiding/showing elements on click), jQuery or old-school javascript is sufficient and cleaner. Angular on the other hand, is built for Single Page Applications(SPA) and you can do more than just DOM Manipulation.

Before you study AngularJS, you should have a basic understanding of:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

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Why AngularJS – Part#1?

AngularJS is called as  “Angular”, a open source client side JavaScript MVC framework to develop a dynamic web application. 

AngularJS changes static HTML to dynamic HTML. It extends the ability of HTML by adding built-in attributes and components and also provides an ability to create custom attributes using simple JavaScript.

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ASP.Net – WebAPI 2.0

ASP.NET Web API is a framework that makes it easy to build HTTP services that reach a broad range of clients, including browsers and mobile devices. It is an ideal platform for  building RESTful applications on the .NET Framework.

This is a quick overview of WebAPI 2.0 and I would be not be going into much details.

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