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Angular - Display a list of items with ngFor

This is a quick example to show how to display a list of items in Angular with the ngFor directive.
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Angular - Combined Add/Edit (Create/Update) Form Example

This is a quick example of how to build a form in Angular that supports both create and update modes.
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Angular - Master Details CRUD Example

This tutorial shows how to build a basic Angular CRUD application with master and detail views for listing, adding, editing and deleting records from a JSON API.
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Angular 10 Boilerplate - Email Sign Up with Verification, Authentication & Forgot Password

How to build a boilerplate authentication system in Angular including email sign up & verification, authentication & role based authorization, forgot password & reset password functionality, view & update my profile section, and admin only section for managing all accounts.
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Node.js + MySQL - Simple API for Authentication, Registration and User Management

Simple Node.js + MySQL API that supports User Registration, Login and User Management. Uses Sequelize ORM and includes example client apps built with React, Angular & Vue.
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Blazor WebAssembly - JWT Authentication Example & Tutorial

A Custom JWT Authentication Example built with ASP.NET Core Blazor WebAssembly.
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RxJS - Auto Unsubscribe from Observable after first value

A quick post to show how you can automatically unsubscribe from an RxJS observable after the first value is emitted and the subscription is executed once.
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Blazor WebAssembly - Get Query String Parameters with Navigation Manager

This is a quick post to show how you can add a couple of simple extension methods to the NavigationManager class in your Blazor WebAssembly app for accessing query string parameters in the URL.
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Blazor WebAssembly - Form Validation Example

This is a quick example of how to setup form validation in ASP.NET Core Blazor WebAssembly. The example is a simple registration form with pretty standard fields for title, first name, last name, date of birth, email, password, confirm password and an accept terms and conditions checkbox.
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ASP.NET Core Blazor WebAssembly - Communication Between Components

This is a quick tutorial to show how you can send messages between components in a Blazor WebAssembly (WASM) application.
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