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I'm Georg, a software developer based in Austria. Currently working as full stack developer using Angular, C#, SQL and Xamarin. At the moment my main focus is on Angular in combination with capacitorjs.
Stuck? Do not hesitate to contact me - I am sure we can find a solution together! firstname.lastname@example.org
Yesterday I had a hard time figuring out how to get my asp.net core backend working on ionos with auth0 support. Logically, auth0 has to connect to their services from the ionos server to work correctly. Ionos does not allow data from external sites - so you have to
npm i -D @nx/storybook
npm i -D @storybook/angular
nx g @nx/storybook:configuration
Whenever I call an api, often my frontend has to go through some different visualization steps. Imagine you have some kind of search input and a list which displays the results but you want to show an loading indicator, an error hint and something different when the result is empty.
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