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Ionic: Advanced HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework

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Ionic: The Most Advanced HTML5 Mobile App Framework. Ionic makes it incredibly easy to build performant, beautiful hybrid native apps using web technologies like HTML5, Javascript, CSS, and AngularJS.

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ngCordova - Cordova Plugins with AngularJS Magic

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ngCordova is a set of AngularJS extensions on top of the Cordova API to make it easier to build, test, and deploy Cordova apps with AngularJS.


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Building a Google Calendar Booking App with MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js - Part 1

Building a Google Calendar Booking App with MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js - Part 1 | Getting started with MongoDB and Mongoose | Scoop.it

As fate would have it, a friend of mine needed some help building a booking app linked to his Google Calendar so his clients could book his photography studio from his website. The app needed to display the days already booked on his calendar and allow users to book any of the open days in the future. I took this as the opportunity and motivation I needed to dive into learning these new frameworks.

 

I'm going to take you through my code to create a basic calendar booking application. Starting with building the Node.js API in part one and finishing with the Angular interface in part two. Before I start digging into the code I want it to be mentioned that this is by no means meant to be considered a best practices guide or anything of the sort. I've only just started learning Node.js and the following is just the different methodologies I've gathered from multiple resources all over the web. If you have see anything that can be improved upon please don't hesitate to comment below!


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Creating a Simple JSONP API with Node.js and MongoDB

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By leveraging the Node.js middleware “express”, we can create functionality for viewing, adding or deleting JSON data.

The goals for this article are:
* Allow the user to view all data in the database
* Allow the user to make a JSONP call to get all data
* Allow the user to add a new name to the Sales database
* Allow the user to delete all data in the database

 

When completed, this will be far from a robust or production-ready application, but we will, at minimum, learn how to view / add / delete data in our MongoDB database, using clean URLs in the browser.


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Node.js MongoDB Tutorial using Mongoose

This tutorial covers how to work with a MongoDB database using Node.js, Express.js, & Mongoose. Node.js and MongoDB are simply made for each other. Mongoose ...
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Ionic: Advanced HTML5 Hybrid Mobile App Framework

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Ionic: The Most Advanced HTML5 Mobile App Framework. Ionic makes it incredibly easy to build performant, beautiful hybrid native apps using web technologies like HTML5, Javascript, CSS, and AngularJS.

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Node.js tutorial for beginners 2014 - an introduction to Node.js with Express.js

Node.js tutorial for beginners - 2014 Update This video is an introduction to Node js using the latest updates to the Express.js framework. Nodejs is an amaz...
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Build a real-time polls application with Node.js, Express, AngularJS, and MongoDB

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Build a polling application that updates in real-time as votes roll in. The app I created has a simple architecture that uses JavaScript for everything. Node.js and Express power the back-end, and MongoDB stores the app's data.

I chose to use JazzHub to manage the source code for my project. Not only does it give me a full version control system for my code, but it also has an online IDE for editing my code in the cloud, and abundant agile features for project management. JazzHub also integrates easily with Eclipse, which has plug-ins to enable one-click deployment to platforms like BlueMix or Cloud Foundry.


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Creating a Simple RESTful Web App with Node.js, Express, and MongoDB

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ou're going to need to know how to get a webserver running with Express, and how to use app.get and app.post to communicate with both the server and the database. It's all covered in that original tutorial, and if you're a developer who's familiar with JavaScript, it's not hard.

Back? … or rolling your eyes and going, “dude, I already know that stuff”? Either way, great! Let's add some new tools to our toolbox, and create a simple little app that works without a single page refresh.
Here are the goals:
* Learn what REST means in plain English
* Store and retrieve JSON data in a MongoDB collection using HTTP POST and HTTP GET
* Remove data from the collection using HTTP DELETE
* Use AJAX for all data operations
* Update the DOM with jQuery

 

PART 1 - SERIOUSLY, WHAT THE HELL IS REST?
PART 2 - SETUP
PART 3 - STARTING IN ON HTML
PART 4 - THE DATABASE
PART 5 - LISTING USERS
PART 6 - POPULATING USER INFO
PART 7 - ADDING USERS
PART 8 - DELETING USERS
CONCLUSION


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