Here is the previous part of the article: Part 2
In this third part, we address the setup of the Angular 4 project, as we use it as framework for front-end development and with which we will create our Single Page Application.
First, we must have the necessary environment for the creation of a Angular 4 project… (Read the full article)
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Ok, ora abbiamo un database MongoDB per lo sviluppo installato in locale e abbiamo configurato opportunamente la nostra… (Read the full article)
I’ve just completed the new course “M121: MongoDB Aggregation Framework“.
Once again I enjoyed the MongoDB University platform and the effective way it leads to learning, with the right mix of theoretical explanations, practical examples and exercises to get your hands dirty.… (Read the full article)
Here is the previous part of the article: Part 1
Create a View
Now we move to the “templates” folder and create a new HTML file that we call “index.html”. This will be the view rendered by the controller mapped on the root URL of the application, that is, ‘/’. For … (Read the full article)
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Invocare le API Rest di Spring Boot da Angular
Torniamo quindi al progetto Angular4, dove dobbiamo implementare il Service… (Read the full article)