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Autocom Delphi 2013.1 Keygen Download

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A:

I would recommend the following steps:

Get the original installation files for autocom ( from the download page)
Rip them into a separate folder
Then find a file that starts with the string “Cdf.exe”
Rename the first character to be “a”
And rename everything after that. It’s not a valid extension

That way you don’t accidentally mix up the old and the new files.

Q:

Ionic routing with asp.net

I have an application build with AngularJS, Ionic and a custom UI. The application is build on top of an MVC4 website. And, for the Angular Ionic part, the views are transformed in html and css.
I have a routes for a specific view which look like the following one :

angular.module(‘myApp.router’)
.config([‘$routeProvider’, function ($routeProvider) {
$routeProvider.otherwise({redirectTo: ‘/index’});
}]);

My actual question is how to use angular routing (and not the route of ASP.NET MVC) so that I can have the application running from a certain site and having the address handled by the angular application (the routing part).
What I thought was that I could do the following, of which I am not sure :
/angular (assume that I am in my angular index page)
/angular/index.html (which would be handled by my MVC application)
/home/index (my root path for the application)
/home/index.html (same as 2)

But with this, I would not be able to have the angular part of the app running from a certain address.
The other way I could think of was to have a urlManager, which would fire off different routes based on a last segment of the url (the file name), but I do not really like this solution as well, the routes would not be as easy to define as the one I have at the moment.

A:

Here’s the solution I found to work :
angular.module(‘ngView’, [])
.config([‘$routeProvider’, function ($routeProvider) {
$routeProvider.otherwise({redirectTo: ‘/index’});
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