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Node.js Blueprints

By : Krasimir Stefanov Tsonev
Book Image

Node.js Blueprints

By: Krasimir Stefanov Tsonev

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (19 chapters)
Node.js Blueprints
About the Author
About the Reviewers

Developing the client side with Angular

Let's assume that there is some data in the database and we are ready to present it to the users. So far, we have only developed the model, which is the class that takes care of the access to the information. In the previous chapter of this book, we learned about Express. To simplify the process, we will use it again here. We need to first update the package.json file and include that in the framework, as follows:

"dependencies": {
  "express": "3.4.6",
  "jade": "0.35.0",
  "mongodb": "1.3.20",
  "mysql": "2.0.0"

We are also adding Jade, because we are going to use it as a template language. The writing of markup in plain HTML is not very efficient nowadays. By using the template engine, we can split the data and the HTML markup, which makes our application much better structured. Jade's syntax is kind of similar to HTML. We can write tags without the need to close them:

  p(class="paragraph", data-id="12").
    Sample text here