When attempting to use nslookup to query DNS zones hosted in Azure, you may receive the error message No response from server. This reason for this is because the request defaults to Azure DNS over IPv6 while your local network only supports IPv4.
Let’s look at an example.
If you’re using Visual Studio 2017’s SPA templates for Angular, no doubt you’ve wanted to add third-party libraries such as Font Awesome. You could reference these dependencies in the index.html, but it would be better for performance if they were included in the webpack bundle. If you’ve never worked with webpack before, this could initially be a little confusing. But, don’t worry as it’s actually pretty simple.
Create a pipe service called safe-url.pipe.ts and add the following:
Next, inject the pipe service in your app.module.ts:
And, in your Angular module declarations section:
Now, to use in your view:
Have you ever needed to add links into a web page that enabled a visitor to click to begin a chat or phone call with a Skype or Skype for business user? If you have the necessary plug-ins enabled in the browser, a phone number may be recognized automatically, but that can’t always be guaranteed. There are native URI’s to ensure that, if a site visitor has Skype or Skype for Business installed, a chat or phone call will be initialized.
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