Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Filtering data, part of Node.js First Look.
Many web applications are organized so that you have a list of records on one…screen, while another screen displays individual records.…Using some of the data provided by Node, it's possible to match requests up to…desired records, and then render a view with the data.…I've copied the recipes folder from the exercise files and now let's take a…look at package.json.…Express and ejs are listed as dependencies.…So let's install them.…Go to the command line, change directory into Desktop/recipes/ and then type npm install.…
After the dependencies have been installed, let's take a look at the views folder.…Open up recipe.ejs.…In this view, we're outputting both static elements as well as dynamic ones.…We have the name of the recipe, and the directions for the recipe, and then we…have a list of ingredients.…We're expecting ingredients to be an array and we're calling the forEach…method of that array.…We pass in a function that takes the array element as an argument and names it ingredient.…
Then we output it in the list.…
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