November 14th, 2017
- Using NoSQL, Angular, and the Go programming language, we can create such an application to keep track of what films we own and for what platforms.
- Using the Command Prompt or Terminal, execute the following: – – The above will get the Couchbase Go SDK, a library for making RESTful API endpoints easier to create, a library for handling cross origin resource sharing (CORS) and a library for generating unique id values that will represent NoSQL…
- It is safe to say that previously we created a database data model and now we’re creating an application data model.
- This endpoint will be called when loading our application and refreshing our data after we add new data.
- If you don’t already have it, execute the following: – – With the Angular CLI in hand, we want to create a new project by executing the following: – – This may take a while, but when done we’ll have a simple Angular application.
Learn how to use Golang, Angular, and NoSQL to build a full stack movie database application for your own collection of digital, Blu-ray, and DVD movies.
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With all the technologies and platforms available, it opens the door to infinite possibilities for development and further validates the need of being a full stack developer. There are many stacks in existence, but one of my personal favorites includes Golang, Angular, and NoSQL.
So how do you apply all these stack technologies towards a fully functional application? Let’s look at a possible usage scenario before we explore the technologies.
A problem I’ve found myself having recently is keeping track of all my movies. Can you believe I’ve purchased the same film multiple times by accident? From this spawned my need to keep a database of every movie I purchased. Using NoSQL, Angular, and the Go programming language, we can create such an application to keep track of what films we own and for what platforms.
Now this isn’t the first time I’ve explored the Golang, NoSQL, or even Angular on The Polyglot Developer. Take for example, my tutorial on creating a URL shortener or using websockets with Go and Angular. These tutorials are great, but they are a bit fragmented. For example, my URL shortener guide doesn’t include a UI and my websocket guide covers very complicated websockets.
We’re going to combine the best of both worlds here. Take the following animated image of our soon to be created, fully functional web application