A while back we blogged about our plans to make EF7 a lightweight and extensible version of EFthat enables new platforms and new data stores. We also talked about our EF7 plans in the Entity Framework session at TechEd North America.
As of today, I am starting a new blog post series about ASP.NET vNext. To kick things off, I would like to lay out the resources about ASP.NET vNext here which is probably going to be an ultimate guide on ASP.NET vNext.
In a previous post we looked at a custom validation directive to confirm a user’s password.
The bigger picture from the post was not about how to register a user for a website, but how to work with the new validation and validation message features introduced in Angular 1.3, which just fully released this week.
Before we take a step back and look in more detail at what’s new in 1.3, let’s review what stays the same when it comes to form validation.