Screencast MEAN Stack: Anchor Links, Routes, and Medals JavaScript

  • Carlos Souza


  1. daedalustx said

    First off, thanks for an awesome walkthrough of this stack. Very informative, and I appreciate the workflow components too! This video, unlike the others in this series does not appear to have an HD version available.

  2. Edmundo said

    Nice thing about the seed file..I had this habit on SQL DBs but didn't had an idea of how to replicate this with MongoDb nor have time to search about it. Brilliant screencast series! :)

  3. EnricoGi said

    I am not able to play this video on my iphone/ipad while I can from my pc. The other two videos of the MEAN series play good on ipad/iphone. Any clue?

  4. Jason Kretzer said

    At 3:34 in this video, I see that {{ sport }} briefly flash on the screen before data is populated on the screen. I am also seeing this as I run through this example. In a production environment, I would not really want this to occur. How would I go about preventing this?

  5. Jason Kretzer said

    Ignore previous, I should have watched the whole thing. Answer is at the 20:00 mark (-ish).

  6. TerrenceR87 said

    "What the fluff is going on with my URL?" Hahahahahhah! I needed that! Great tutorial. :)

  7. jdwilemo said

    If anyone else had the same issue with the URL having !# instead of just # add the following to your client app.js: .config(function($locationProvider){ $locationProvider.hashPrefix(''); })

  8. Murat Ozcan said

    to execute the mongoimport command properly: 1. Close node app 2. go to mongoDB install path\bin and execute the command:

    mongoimport --db olympics-dev --collection sports --type json --file /sports-seed.json --jsonArray --dropĀ 

  9. Murat Ozcan said

    wildcard did not show... before the file name sports-see.json , you have to specify the local directory --file C:\project\server\sports-seed.json

About This Screencast

Learn to create anchor links using ui-router and add another endpoint to Express.js, which will fetch data stored on MongoDB and serve it back to AngularJS. In this second episode of the MEAN stack series, we'll add more features to our Summer Olympics web app.

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