Setting up for our AngularJS 1.5 course will take a little time. Please follow these instructions carefully.
The latest version of Google Chrome of Firefox.
The following archives will be shipped with the courseware.
Upon extracting the archive an AngularClass directory will be created containing the following executables in the AngularClass/bin directory
In addition, the AngularClass/node_modules directory contains Node.js packages and plugins used in the class.
The environment is setup by running an instance of a Node.js web server and a MongoDB database instance from the command line or terminal. Everything you need is contained in the AngularClass directory provided Closing the terminal will end all sessions and stop all server instances running.
mongo-start, which will kick off an instance of the MongoDB database.
mongo-load- class, which will load our class sample data into the Mongo database.
start-rest, which will kick off a RESTful interface to the Mongo database on port 27017.
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