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  • 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 well 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…
  • { – 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: { -…
  • // Well 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

  • We need to boot our RaspberryPI using the Raspbian operating system and to do that we need to plug in our MicroSD chip in the RaspberryPI and it will boot the operating system.
  • You can write the operating system image in MicroSD card using any disk image burning software, however, I recommend using Etcher which is cross platform tool to burn the image file to disk.
  • So we have Raspbian OS flashed in SD card, RaspberryPI along with keyboard,mouse, and monitor.
  • First of all, lets insert our SD card in RaspberryPI.
  • Turn around the RaspberryPI and on the back side there is small card holder, insert your SD card into the slot, refer image below for reference.

Tags: RaspberryPI, SD card, MicroSD card, ,

  • But where should you start when building a REST API with Node.js?
  • In this series, Ill assume youre new to Node.js and show you how to build a REST API that attempts to balance granular control and magical black boxes.
  • This post will provide the links to all the posts in the series, details on the target environment, and an overview of the high-level components that Ill use in the project.
  • For consistency, the instructions I use throughout the series will assume that youre working with the Oracle Database Developer VM and that Node.js version 8 or higher is installed in the VM.
  • Click here to get started building a REST API with Node.js.

Tags: web server, REST APIs, REST API, incoming HTTP requests, database apis

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