Exception Receiving

When you make a web service call, you want to report the problem to the user save as you do for any other part of the program, and that is through an exception object.  This post talks about converting the JSON received back into an exception object so that it can be reported properly.  This is the fourth post in a series about translatable errors for REST web services. Continue reading

Create-On-Update Pattern for AngularJS Applications

This is a suggestion for how to design the JSON/REST protocol between the Angular application and the server, to handle creation of items easily and conveniently.  Use a special ID value to indicate that the object does not exist on the server, and update like normal.  The server detects this and creates it on demand. Continue reading