The Brigadier has been battling Angular 6 and .net Core Api 2, with good progress. However the frameworks are so buggy, you begin to wonder why you can't debug code or compile when it was all good then it turns out atrocious.
I have been working on Angular, and I am damn as hell tired of the fact that http requests return observable types, which you can't get data from. Anybody know how to resolve this issue? Using strong typing I get Observable
Framework changes - this is a battle alright. Sucks!! You begin to wonder whether Microsoft are sleeping while releasing done half the work, and don't want to retract to MVC 5, and throw away these so called Single Page Frameworks that don't work good. Jquery served well, now we have rot and SPFs. Screw this from a developer's life.
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Brigadier the Challenge is mine. True to the word ETHOS. https://t.co/3RRgKBl3Sj1 day ago
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Well, tired of being TESTED - I can CODE - when do you say NO!! https://t.co/MgwvdgEPXL1 day ago
Battling Angular 6 and .net Core 2 or Mvc 6 https://t.co/3RRgKBl3Sj1 day ago
Medallion has been cheated more than a dozen. And I don't dwell on the upsets, but move on Commando.… https://t.co/uK9ZtcnIuN2 days ago