Showing posts from January, 2016

AngularJs - binding HTML

The directive ng-bind will escape HTML to avoid data acting maliciously. If you want to output html you need to use ng-bind-html <div ng-bind-html="someHtmlBody"/> The important step to getting this working is to ensure the script angular-sanitize.js is referenced on your page, and it is specified as a dependency when creating a module.... var app = angular.module("MyApp", ["ngSanitize", "OtherDependencies"]);

AngularJS routes with ASP MVC Forms authentication

The ASP MVC app I am working on uses forms authentication with a timeout. This means that when the session has timed out and the user clicks refresh they get redirected to a login page, and after that they get directed back to the original page without the deep-linked client-side # part of the url.  The solution to this is as follows: The first thing to do is to have the ASP MVC server side capture any URLs that should related to your client-side angular routing and return the single-page app HTML. When registering your ASP MVC routes add the following rule routes . MapRoute ( name : "Angular" , url : "x/{*clientPath}" , Where the "x/" is the base part of your client app, of course you can do without the "x" in the URL if your entire app is a single-page angular app, in which case you will need to add a preceding rule to render your ASP MVC server side account-login page. Then in your Angular app make