Join Gary Simon for an in-depth discussion in this video Starting the project, part of Angular 2+: Creating CRUD Apps.
- [Instructor] Throughout this chapter we're going…to be focusing on the creation of a simple blog…based on the MEAN stack.…Now MEAN is an acronym for MongoDB,…Express.js, Angular and Node.js.…Now this project will differ from the…previous project in that we will set up…and run our own Express server, which will…allow us to create an API to interact with…MongoDB, which is a NoSql database that uses…JSON-like documents for storing data.…So first we're going to start off here by…using the Angular command line interface tool…to start a new Angular project.…
So ng new and we'll name it blogapp.…And we're going to add the routing flag,…which will generate a routing file for us…as our app will have multiple components.…Now we're going to cd into blogapp and run npm install.…Now, let's run the ng build command.…This will package up the Angular project and…create a new folder named dist, for distribution.…
This is important because our Express server…is going to serve files from this folder.…Next, we need to use the node package manager…
- Angular Firebase CRUD
- Firebase setup
- Starting a project
- Defining the template
- CRUD apps with MongoDB
- MongoDB setup
- Creating a data service
- Home component
- Creating, updating, and deleting articles
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Required Understanding
2. Angular Firebase CRUD
3. CRUD Apps with MongoDB (Back End)
4. CRUD Apps with MongoDB (Front End)
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