So far, so good; we’ve just set up a working skeleton of what’s about to come. Before moving on, let’s do a quick recap of what we just did (and learned) in this chapter.
First of all, we learned the differences between the various approaches that can be adopted to create web apps nowadays: SPAs, MPAs, and PWAs. We also explained that since we’ll be using .NET and Angular, we’ll stick to the SPA approach, but we’ll also implement most PWA features, such as service workers and web manifest files. In an attempt to reproduce a realistic production-case scenario, we also went through the most common SPA features, first from a technical point of view, and then putting ourselves in the shoes of a typical product owner while trying to enumerate their expectations.
Last, but not least, we learned how to properly set up our development environment; we chose to do that using the latest Angular SPA template shipped with the .NET SDK,...