Introduction to MEAN Stack
MEAN Stands for:
- M – MongoDB
- E – Express
- A – Angular
- N – Node.js
This stack leads to faster development as well as the deployment of the Web Application. Angular is Frontend Development Framework whereas Node.js, Express, and MongoDB are used for Backend development as shown in the below figure.
Flow of Data in MEAN Stack Application: Here, each module communicates with the others in order to have a flow of the data from Server/Backend to Client/Frontend.
Getting Started with each Technology with examples: The description of each Technology in this Stack as well as the links to learn them are given below:
2. AngularJS: Angular is a Front-end Open Source Framework developed by Google Team. This framework is revised in such a way that backward compatibility is maintained (If there is any breaking change then Angular informs it very early). Angular projects are simple to create using Angular CLI (Command Line Interface) tool developed by the Angular team.
3. MongoDB: MongoDB is a NoSQL Database. It has JSON like documents. It is document oriented database.
4. ExpressJS: Express is a web Framework build on Node.js and used to make API and to build Web Applications.
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