Content Collector - 13 - Setting up a Gulp Build Process and an Angular Single Page App in the Azure Mobile App to view our locations

We switch gears here a bit, moving over to a Linux environment and using WebStorm to lay out a simple single page application using Angular, we will also set up a build process with Gulp, and will be moving towards using the AngularUi Google Maps bower package to display data from our Azure Mobile App Table Controller.

 

This is part of a series, building a Content Collector mobile application using Xamarin.Forms and a Azure Mobile App Service, with an accompanying Angular single page applicatoin to view the data collected via the cross platform mobile application.

https://github.com/jim-finlon/ContentCollector

https://github.com/jim-finlon/ContentCollectorMobileService

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Previous Episodes:

Content Collector - 12a - Adding a marker to the map in our Xamarin.Forms project

Content Collector - 12 - Adjusting the layout in Xamarin.Forms when the orientation changes

 Content Collector - 11 - Adding a Xamarin.Forms.Maps control to our Xamarin.Forms app

Content Collector - 10 -Connecting Xamarin.Forms to the Azure Mobile App

Content Collector - 9 - Adding a table controller to the Azure Mobile App

Content Collector - 8 - Building a Geolocator service for Xamarin.Forms

Content Collector - 7 - Working with Xamarin.Forms part 2 - Views

Content Collector - 6 - Working with Xamarin Forms part 1

Content Collector - 5 - Configuring GitHub and getting the Xamarin.Forms project running

Content Collector - 4 - Enabling Data Migrations on Azure, and setting up the Xamarin.Forms project

Content Collector - 3 - Setting up the Visual Studio project for our Azure Mobile App Service

Content Collector - 2 - Setting up the Azure Active Directory B2C Instance and the Azure Mobile App

Content Collector - 1 - Why Azure Mobile Apps and Azure Active Directory B2C

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