"The "Angular 2.0 Core" talk by Igor Minar and Tobias Bosch was an ng-europe highlight for me. What they basically did was announce a mass slaughter of Angular 1.x features and API cruft, worthy of a Game of Thrones wedding."
I thought the easiest way to learn more about AngularJS, Express and MongoDB would be to create a contact manager, where you can list/search/query your contacts and view more information about them.
There will be two parts to this article, part one is where I’m going to discuss the backend bit – that is the part which produces the JSON data from MongoDB, and the second part will discuss the frontend elements, running an Express server with AngularJS. Let’s start by discussing the database portion.
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