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Web Development with MongoDB and Node.js

By : Jason Krol
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Web Development with MongoDB and Node.js

By: Jason Krol

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (19 chapters)
Web Development with MongoDB and Node.js
About the Author
About the Reviewers
Popular Node.js Web Frameworks

Building a complete web application

Beginning with this chapter, we are going to build a complete web application. The web application that we build will be a clone of a popular social image-sharing site. We'll call our site

The following screenshot is from the home page of the completed site:

The next screenshot is an image's details page from the site:

The requirements of the site are as follows:

  • The home page will allow visitors to upload an image as well as browse the existing uploads, which will be ordered based on newest to oldest.

  • Each uploaded image will be presented via its own page that shows its title, description, and a large image display. Visitors will be able to like the image as well as post comments.

  • A consistent shared sidebar will be visible on both pages that will showcase some general statistics about the site, the most popular images, and most recent comments.

  • The site will use Bootstrap so that it has a nice professional design and is responsive on any device...