Server Side Pagination Using NodeJS, MongoDB and Angular Material Tables

Normally, we use Angular Material's data tables with pagination (mat-paginator) to list the results. This is not an efficient and optimal approach particularly if there are lots of records to show in the table. Angular Material's pagination just divides the received records into the paginated records. So, if we need to display lots of records in data tables, then the efficient and optimal approach is to use Server Side Pagination. Following, sections will demonstrate the server-side pagination using NodeJS (API), MongoDB (database), and Angular Material data tables. API using NodeJS and MongoDB Following is a sample code, written in NodeJS...
#03 Components - Learn Angular 9 From Scratch with Junaid Hassan
#03 – Components – Learn Angular From Scratch with Junaid Hassan

In this post, we will learn about components and how to create new components in an Angular 9 application using Angular CLI. We will create the required components for our application and will show how components can be used to organize the content of the application.

Create a new angular application - learn angular from scratch with Junaid Hassan
#02 – Create First Angular Application – Learn Angular From Scratch with Junaid Hassan

This is the second part of the series “Learn Angular 9 From Scratch”. In this post, we will learn how to create a new Angular application using Angular Command Line Interfacer i.e. Angular CLI.

#01 Introduction - Learn Angular From Scratch with Junaid Hassan
#01 – Introduction – Learn Angular From Scratch with Junaid Hassan

In this post, we will learn: 1. What is Angular? 2. What are Single Page Applications (SPA’s)? 3. What are the prerequisites to create an angular application? 4. What is NodeJS and Node Package Manager (npm)? 5. What is Angular CLI?


Profile Image Upload Functionality Using Angular and Node

In a recent project, I was working on a user profile component that can be used by the user to edit their profile information. A part of that component was a profile image section which lets the user change their profile picture. The profile picture is sent to the Node API via HTTP Post request, stored in a folder and then name/URL of the image is stored in the database. In this post, I will share the code on how to implement this functionality.


Host Angular App and NodeJS App on Same Domain

In this tutorial, we will discuss the steps to host angular app (front-end) and NodeJS App (back-end API) on same domain. The idea is that we will have a folder named as ‘public’ in the root folder of the app which will have all files associated to the angular app.