Shalitha Suranga
Jun 11, 2021 ⋅ 3 min read

Deploying single-page Angular apps to GitHub Pages

Shalitha Suranga Programmer | Author of Neutralino.js | Technical Writer

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One Reply to "Deploying single-page Angular apps to GitHub Pages"

  1. “The multiple-page approach usually works with a tightly coupled backend technology, like PHP or .NET MVC.”

    That’s where you’re wrong. Both PHP and .Net MVC with Angular, Knockout, backbone, or any other UI framework and/or combination come together beautifully when each layer is crafted properly.

    Not tightly coupled, and SPA with either is super easy, as long as you don’t have a web forms background about multipage applications. I did this as proof of concept and production site in 2010 – well before modern takes and frameworks on a site and had close to 100,000 concurrent viewers on the SPA watching live data, streamed from a venue in Las Vegas.

    It’s 2022 SPA is not new and it’s not tightly coupled to the backend anymore than it used to be or now is.

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