Developing a loopback Rest Api Backend: Connect an AngularJS front-end (PART 3/N)
My two previous articles were all about creating an application back-end based on LoopBack and MongoDb. In this article I’ll reuse so work I did previously on connecting an angularJs front-end to a LightSwitch Odata Back-end.
The Angular Client
So, I partially reusing the angular client I used for the LightSwitch Odata backend. There is indeed a slight difference, in the Looback implementation I’m not using BreezeJs, but use simple $Resource services for the back-end connectivity. Nothing fancy, I’ll write about about angularJS in the future. For the time being you can try out the app here:
Inspecting the client side code
A new development experience