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For form validation, it seems that AngularJs isn't quite as evolved as ASP.NET MVC/jQuery. For example  it is difficult to have support for Unobtrusive jQuery at Client Side, which is intrinsic to asp.net mvc, and there isn't a good equivalent of System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations .
http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/hands-on-labs/aspnet-mvc-4-helpers,-forms-and-validation

How do you work around this, or is AngularJs just really not as good for this?
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Have you tried using Angular's form validation? I find it to be one of Angular's easiest to use features. 

http://docs.angularjs.org/guide/forms
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Thank you Ryan.
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Why is <tr class="xxx-detail"> hidden by default in the GTM debugger? This is really helpful information. Is there a way to turn it on by default? BTW, this is similar to comment by +André Mafei  https://plus.google.com/107625688825440827263/posts/PY1VUKer5LS
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The short answer is that debug mode is still a work in progress.
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A client is currently using methods like _gaq.push(['_trackPageview', '/creditdeposits/newsignup-result']); to track certain events as pageviews in GA. To accomplish this in GTM, I would need to change the tracker name accordingly under the Advanced options, right?

However I noticed that naming the tracker is highly discouraged according to https://support.google.com/tagmanager/answer/2574372#TrackerName What is a recommended alternative?
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And in the universal analytics template the equivalent setting is called Document Path 
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What are your recommendations or lessons learned with versioning? E.g., naming convention, restoring, multiple users developing and previewing, etc.
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Wow, that's a great dev guide, +Phil Pearce. Thanks! 
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What are your recommendations on setting up Bootstrap in ASP.NET MVC? Do you clone the whole Bootstrap repo into your MVC project? Visual Studio creates some basic Bootstrap files, but I want the whole package, like the LESS files. I'm looking for suggestions or recommendations.
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use nuget packet manager:  Install-Package bootstrap

Not sure about the less files - I think that would be manual
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What a great answer. Embrace anxiety.
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LinkConnector doesn't have a default tag in GTM so I need to use a Custom HTML tag. However I also need it to pass a hashed ID, like this:

<script language="JavaScript" src="https://www.linkconnector.com/tmjs.php?lc=xxxxxxxx&oid=[HASH-ID]&amt=0"></script>

In the default GTM tags, this would be easy using a macro. However since I can't use a macro in the Custom HTML tag, would the best way be to declare a JS variable in the website HTML, and then call the variable in the Custom HTML tag within GTM?
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+Sebastian Breidert Cool. Thanks!
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I loved my experience as a student at CCU. I grew a lot spiritually thanks to great friendships and meaningful social activities. Inside of the classroom, I could tell my professors had a personal interest in me, and that they were there because they wanted to be. My knowledge of the Bible grew extensively, and I always felt welcome to question things. I also had the opportunity to take some incredible trips to Israel, India and Turkey.
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