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AngularJS v1.5 VS.NET Template

The simple HelloWorld AngularJS application that is provided in the template calls the /hello/{Name} route and displays the result in the <p> below.

This template uses NuGet to manage JavaScript dependencies like Angular, unlike the AngularJS App template which uses NPM and Gulp.

Common Template Project Structure

Starting a new application using a ServiceStackVS template will give you 4 new projects.

The Host project contains an AppHost which has been configured with the RazorFormat plugin as well as hosting all the required JavaScript packages like AngularJS, Bootstrap and jQuery. It is setup initially with a single _Layout.cshtml using the default Bootstrap template and a default.cshtml which contains the HelloWorld demo. The Single Page Application (SPA) templates use a plain default.html in which these Razor views aren’t used.

The Host project has dependencies on the Service Model and Service Interface projects. These are the projects that contain your request/response DTOs, validators and filters. This structure is trying to encourage have your data structures and services in separate projects make testing and reuse easier.

The Unit Testing project, also as a dependency on these projects as it tests them in isolation of the main Host project. In the template, we are using the BasicAppHost to mock the AppHost we are using in the Host project. The example unit test is using NUit to setup and run the tests.