MEAN Stack Tutorial

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MEAN Stack Tutorial

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Want to build scalable web apps quickly and easily? Check out the MEAN stack, a collection of technologies (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js) that fit well together to provide a solution that allows for a full-stack JavaScript implementation of web applications.

Popular experts Helen Zeng and Steven Edouard walk you through MEAN and create “Chirp,” a Twitter clone. They integrate MongoDB into a REST API with Node.js and Express and then connect that with an AngularJS front end. They even deploy the live app to Microsoft Azure via GitHub. Check out this practical primer on MEAN, and learn to build an end-to-end web app, all using JavaScript.

(NOTE: For a look at individual technologies in the MEAN stack, check out Introduction to AngularJS, You’ve Got Documents! A MongoDB Jump Start, and Building Apps with Node.js.)

Instructors | Steven Edouard - Microsoft Developer Evangelist; Helen Zeng - Microsoft Technical Evangelist
What is MEAN?

Get an introduction to the various parts of the MEAN stack, and see how to set up your environment.

Learn the basics of AngularJS, including app creation, data display, and routing between views.
Node.js and Express

Set up a server in JavaScript, and design a RESTful API. Plus, look at authentication.

Get the details on integrating MongoDB collections to your RESTful API.
Tying the App Together

Learn to connect the front-end Angular app to the Node server, and see how to display live data.​ ​
Deployment & Conclusion

Deploy the app to Azure Websites, and get more resources for building on the MEAN stack.
Recommended Resources & Next Steps

Take this opportunity to dive deeper into the MEAN stack, at your own pace.

Explore how to build scalable web apps quickly and easily using the MEAN stack.

Video source via: MVA