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Omar El Gabry’s answer to How do I make employee management system in Nodejs (backend) AngularJS (frontend) and database MySQL?

  • Some folks start by learning MongoDB (even the basics won’t hurt), some other learn how to integrate a MySQL database.
  • Either way, you need to have understanding of relational and SQL (and again, the basics of NoSQL databases won’t hurt).
  • Build a simple application, maybe a prototype to what you want to have at the end.
  • [4] Final step is to leverage the power of AngularJS, and apply what you’ve learnt to the current simple application.
  • The reason why I didn’t put AngluarJS before building a simple application is you will find your mind bogged with a lot of information.

[1] You start by learning Node.js, how it works, and things like modules, event emitters, buffers, streams, pipes, web server, etc.

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So, what stops you?. All what you need to learn and implement.

[1] You start by learning Node.js, how it works, and things like modules, event emitters, buffers, streams, pipes, web server, etc.

I recommend you to take a lot at Learn and Understand NodeJS on Udemy.

[2] Then you move on learning the basics of Express framework. It’s really easy and will make your life easier.

[3] Now, it’s time to use a database instead of dump data. Some folks start by learning MongoDB (even the basics won’t hurt), some other learn how to integrate a MySQL database. Either way, you need to have understanding of relational and SQL (and again, the basics of NoSQL databases won’t hurt).

So far so good? Now It’s time to implement what you’ve learnt so far. Build a simple application, maybe a prototype to what you want to have at the end.

[4] Final step is to leverage the power of AngularJS, and apply what you’ve learnt to the current simple application.

AngularJS changed a lot during the last years. It doesn’t mean you already know about version 1.x.x. you are good to go with version 2.x.x. There are many major differences. So, look closely at which version you’ll be using.

The reason why I didn’t put AngluarJS before building a simple application is you will find your mind bogged with a lot of information. So, it’s better to make a stop, implement, and then come back and enhance the interface.

directive, apply some filters, form submission and validation, etc.

Good Luck!

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Omar El Gabry’s answer to How do I make employee management system in Nodejs (backend) AngularJS (frontend) and database MySQL?

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