The field of choice – single-page application

In order to demonstrate how ASP.NET Core and Angular 2 can work together to their full extent, we couldn't think of anything better than building a single-page application project. The reason for that is quite obvious: although neither ASP.NET Core nor Angular came into being with the specific purpose of building a SPA, there is no better approach for showcasing some of the best features they have to offer nowadays: we're talking about HTML5 pushState API, webhooks, data transport-based requests, dynamic web components, UI data bindings, and a stateless, AJAX-driven architecture capable of flawlessly encompassing all of these.

Common features of a competitive SPA

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