AngularJS form validation directive (xt-form)

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About a year ago I wrote a directive to create a nice tooltip validation form for AngularJS that works cross browser. I used it in a project and then I completely forgot about it... until today! It's called xt-form and it provides AngularJS with realtime cross-browser tooltip validation like so…

GraphDiff v1.3.5

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Latest release of GraphDiff v1.3.5 Master has been updated to EF 6 MIT license XML documentation on all public methods Merged 2 PR's and small bugfixes Nuget package: https://www.nuget.org/packages/RefactorThis.GraphDiff/ Source: https://github.com/refactorthis/GraphDiff Any issues to GitHub please.…

Latest Update

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Hi everyone, So I've been quite busy and just realized there are many comments I haven't had a chance to view yet. I will try and get to them in the next week. This will include some updates to GraphDiff, as I've seen some great pull requests which I will…

Updates to GraphDiff with new scenarios supported

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Hi, This post will just be a quick update on the progress of GraphDiff. It's great that quite a few people are using/looking into GraphDiff. I have finally found some time and I am updating the code with numerous bug fixes and new features. I will be able to…

AngularJS Visual Studio 2012 Intellisense

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Currently i'm working on a project to move an existing Silverlight application into AngularJS and there is one thing I've been missing while using Visual Studio that I had using Webstorm and that is syntax highlighting and auto-completion of angular directives. I've made additions to the HTML 5 schema template…

Introducing GraphDiff for Entity Framework Code First - Allowing automated updates of a graph of detached entities

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Looking for a complete solution for automatically updating a graph of entities using the Entity Framework? Read On! So today I'm finally going to post something that we have actually been using live on our production code for quite some time, and the good news is that it is working…