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MongoDB Many-to-Many Relationship with Mongoose examples

In this tutorial, I will show you how to deal with MongoDB Many to Many Relationship which is an important and complicated Relationship that you will use in most database structures. Then we’re gonna use Mongoose library to make a MongoDB Many to Many Relationship example.

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Angular 10 + MongoDB example with Node.js Express: CRUD App

In this tutorial, I will show you how to make Angular 10 connect to MongoDB with Node.js Express. We’re gonna build a full-stack (MEAN stack) CRUD Application in which, the back-end server uses Node.js + Express for REST APIs, front-end side is an Angular App with HTTPClient.

Run both projects in one place:
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Angular 10 + Spring Boot + MongoDB example: full-stack CRUD Application

In this tutorial, I will show you way to build a full stack Angular 10 + Spring Boot + MongoDB example with a CRUD Application. The back-end server uses Spring Boot with Spring Web MVC for REST Controller and Spring Data MongoDB for interacting with MongoDB database. Front-end side is made with Angular 10, HTTPClient & Router.

Newer version: Angular 11 + Spring Boot + MongoDB example: CRUD Application

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MEAN stack: Login & Registration with Angular 8 example

In this tutorial, we will learn how to build a MEAN stack (MongoDB + Node.js Express + Angular 8) Authentication with Login & Registration example. The back-end server uses Node.js Express with jsonwebtoken for JWT Authentication & Authorization, Mongoose for interacting with MongoDB database. The front-end will be created with Angular 8 using HttpInterceptor and Router. We’ll also perform Form validation on UI.

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MEAN stack: Login & Registration with Angular 11 example

In this tutorial, we will learn how to build a MEAN stack (MongoDB + Node.js Express + Angular 11) Authentication & Authorization with Login & Registration example. The back-end server uses Node.js Express with jsonwebtoken for JWT Authentication & Authorization, Mongoose for interacting with MongoDB database. The front-end will be created with Angular 11 using HttpInterceptor and Router. We’ll also perform Form validation on UI.

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Angular 11 + MongoDB example with Node.js Express: CRUD App

In this tutorial, I will show you how to make Angular 11 connect to MongoDB with Node.js Express. We’re gonna build a full-stack (MEAN stack) CRUD Application in which, the back-end server uses Node.js + Express for REST APIs, front-end side is an Angular App with HTTPClient.

More Practice:
MEAN stack Authentication & Authorization example
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Run both projects in one place:
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