Angular 2 is now on beta and ASP.NET 5 is on RC version. Both of them are almost near to final release. Use these versions for big projects right now is not a quite right decision because they are still being changed a lot. However, we can begin to make some demo projects to get familiar with new syntax and project templates. In this post, I show you how to make your first app with Angular 2 and ASP.NET 5. This post is only about how to configure so that Angular 2 works with ASP.NET 5.
I’m using Qt to develop a software for controlling Canon cameras on Mac OS X. For testing purpose I would like to install EOS Utility on Mac OS X. What makes me suprise is that Canon doesn’t provide link for downloading full EOS Utility but only its updater. If you start the installer, it’ll ask for current installation of EOS Utility. In this post I’ll show how to get full EOS Utility without CD.