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Getting MEAN with Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node by Simon Holmes

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Chapter 8. Adding Angular components to an Express application

This chapter covers

  • Getting to know Angular
  • Adding Angular to an existing page
  • Filtering lists of data
  • Using an API for reading data
  • Some Angular jargon: controllers, scope, filters, directives, services

Here it comes. It’s now time to take a look at the final part in the MEAN stack: Angular! We’re going to look at how to include Angular into the Express application, and develop a couple of components to improve our existing Loc8r application. As we go we’ll discuss some of the semantics and key technical terms found in the Angular world. Unlike the other parts of the stack, Angular is opinionated, meaning that things have to be done in a certain way.

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