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Creating a Single Page Todo App with Node and Angular

Creating a Single Page Todo App with Node and Angular
Today we will be creating a very simple Todo application using the MEAN (Mongo, Express, Angular, Node) stack. We will be creating: Single page application to create and finish todosStoring todos in a MongoDB using MongooseUsing the Express frameworkCreating a RESTful Node APIUsing Angular for the frontend and to access the API While the application is simple and beginner to intermediate level in its own right, the concepts here can apply to much more advanced apps. The biggest things we should focus on is using Node as an API and Angular as the frontend. Making them work together can be a bit confusing so this tutorial should help alleviate some confusion. What We’ll Be Building Base Setup File Structure We are going to keep the file structure very simple and put most of the code for our Node application into the server.js file. - public ----- core.js ----- index.html - package.json - server.js Installing Modules In Node, the package.json file holds the configuration for our app. Todo Model

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