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Score: 25500
Tweeted At: Thu Jan 25 22:08:03 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2018-01-22T18:20:13+00:00
Author: Passion. Amateur

  • The components of the MEAN stack include the MongoDB database, Express.js (a web framework), Angular (a front-end framework), and the Node.js runtime environment.
  • For this project we’ll need the following modules: – express: Express module for the web server – mongoose: A popular library for MongoDB – bodyparser: Parses the body of the incoming requests and makes it available under req.body – cors: CORS middleware enables cross-origin access control to our web server….
  • { – “name”: “awesome-bucketlist”, – “version”: “1.0.0”, – “description”: “A simple bucketlist app using MEAN stack”, – “main”: “app.js”, – “scripts”: { – “start”: “node app” – }, – – //The ~ is used to match the most recent minor version (without any breaking changes) – – “dependencies”: { -…
  • // We’ll declare all our dependencies here – const express = require(‘express’); – const path = require(‘path’); – const bodyParser = require(‘body-parser’); – const cors = require(‘cors’); – const mongoose = our app variable – const app = express(); – – //Declaring Port – const port = 3000; – -…
  • const bucketlist = all HTTP requests to /bucketlist to bucketlist the final version of our app.js file.

Tags: bucket list, bucket list application, mean stack, Angular, Angular – Angular

Score: 3000
Tweeted At: Sat Jan 27 12:05:03 +0000 2018
Publish Date: 2014-04-24T13:35:34+00:00
Author: Creative Punch

  • In this quick tip I will show you how you can preserve your HTML output with AngularJS.
  • We’ll assume that you have replaced line breaks (if necessary) with a – – – You could then use the following HTML to output the data: – – The problem now is, that instead of a new line, the text “ – ” will be part of the comment text….
  • Prior to AngularJS 1.2, you could fix this problem by editing your HTML like this: – – This will then allow the HTML inside of the comment and parse the output as real HTML instead of text.
  • This custom filter will make sure that our HTML doesn’t get filtered out by AngularJS 1.2/AngularJS 1.3 or later – – We will name this filter “unsafe”.
  • Now, modify your HTML code from this: – – And change it to this: – – This will run your comment.text through the “unsafe” filter we just created, and once again, your output will have the HTML parsed properly.

Tags: HTML, AngularJS, John Doe, new line, HTML output

Score: 40
Tweeted At: Sat Jan 27 10:20:02 +0000 2018
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    Tags: app folder, express root folder, folders, views folders, app.js file

    Score: 23
    Tweeted At: Sat Jan 27 10:50:01 +0000 2018
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      Tags: design inspiration, crack, designers, clap, startup

      Score: 21
      Tweeted At: Fri Jan 26 19:27:09 +0000 2018
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      Author: Alfresco

        Tags: verified signature, Google Chrome, latest Safari, old versions, GitHub

        Score: 9.9
        Tweeted At: Fri Jan 26 10:43:05 +0000 2018
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          Score: 8
          Tweeted At: Sat Jan 27 10:55:34 +0000 2018
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            Tags: React, Angular, Angular apps, Angular services, big Angular application

            Score: 6
            Tweeted At: Fri Jan 26 21:10:41 +0000 2018
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              Tags: Angular CDK, Angular JavaScript framework, Angular component libraries, Angular Material, Angular Material website

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