Monthly Archives: September 2013

appharbor and Typescript – 404 errors

In part 1 of setting up and creating the MotorDB application, Typescript was used. To help demonstrate the application, it is hosted at appharbor However after appharbor pulled down the latest code from GitHub, the sample data was not being displayed.

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Posted in appharbor, MotorDB, Typescript

Using Knockout – Part 1

This is the continuation of the previous post. Now that we have the data, and have populating our Model, all that is required is to create the template to use. If you are new to Knockout, the following sites will

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Posted in jquery, Knockout, MotorDB

Setting up and using Typescript – Part 1

In a previous post, I started a restful API that returns policy information. Now its time to starting calling the API from client. First thing need is to get all the typing definition files. Any definition file required can be

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Posted in jquery, MotorDB, Typescript

Visual Studio running on a 64 bit OS

I don’t know if anybody else has had this problem, but if this helps anybody the great, hopefully you be spending hours scratching around for a solution like I was I was going to create a new MVC project using

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Posted in PowerShell, Visual Studio

jQuery UI Tabs widget

I have been using the Tabs widget from the jQuery UI. It works great but we came across a situation which was greatly frustrating to solve. We have a Single Page App that is using the Tab Widget to display

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Visual Studio 2012 and Typescript

If, like me you have been doing any sort of development using Typescript within Visual Studio, you have come to rely on Mads Kristensen’s Web Essentials 2012 plug-in, to enhance the plug-in that comes from Microsoft. I have come to rely on

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Creating Policy API using the MVC4 ApiController

I wanted to start on my project, and I thought the first thing to start on was to display a list of policies. As I want to have a Single Page Application, I have started out creating an API. Roy Fielding is

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Posted in MotorDB, REST, TDD

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