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Creating a Blogging App Using Angular & MongoDB: Delete Post

In the previous part of this tutorial series, you learnt how to implement the functionality to edit the blog post details. In this part, you’ll implement the functionality to delete an existing blog post and to implement the user logout functionality. Getting Started Let’s get started by cloning the source code from the last part of the tutorial series. git clone https://github.com/royagasthyan/AngularBlogApp-EditUpdate DeletePost Navigate to the project directory and install the required dependencies. cd DeletePost/client npm install cd DeletePost/server npm install Once you have the dependencies installed, restart the client and server application. cd DeletePost/client npm start cd DeletePost/server node...

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Connect Android Things to a Smartphone With Nearby Connections 2.0

One of the first things users will want to do with a new smart home device is get it on their wireless network. Many IoT devices lack a screen or keyboard, so one way to do this is by allowing users to pair a smartphone to the device so that they can control and configure the device. This is how Nest and Google Home work, among others, and the Nearby Connections 2.0 API makes it possible. In this article you’ll get an introduction to the Nearby Connections 2.0 API and how it can be used to pair an Android...

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Code an App With GraphQL, React Native, and AWS AppSync: The Back-End

What You’ll Be Creating In these tutorials, I’ll show you how to create and interact with a GraphQL database using AWS AppSync and React Native. This app will have real-time and offline functionality, something we get out of the box with AppSync. In this post we’ll get started by setting up the back-end with AppSync. A great thing about AppSync is that it uses GraphQL—an open standard and a powerful new paradigm for the web and mobile back-end. If you want to learn more about GraphQL, how it differs from REST APIs, and how it can make your job as an...

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Creating a Blogging App Using Angular & MongoDB: Edit Post

In the previous part of this tutorial series you learnt how to create the add post component to add new blog posts. You learnt how to create the REST API endpoint to add a new post to the MongoDB database. In this part of the tutorial series, you’ll learn how to implement the functionality to edit an existing blog post from the blog post list. Getting Started Let’s get started by cloning the source code from the last part of the tutorial series. git clone https://github.com/royagasthyan/AngularBlogApp-Post EditPost Navigate to the project directory and install the required dependencies. cd EditPost/client npm...

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Creating a Blogging App Using Angular & MongoDB: Add Post

In the previous part of the Angular blog tutorial series, you learnt how to create the ShowPostComponent to display the list of blog posts on the home page. You fetched the records that were inserted from the MongoDB shell using the created REST API endpoint. In this tutorial, you’ll be creating a new component called AddPostComponent to provide the user interface to add a new blog post to the MongoDB database. Getting Started Let’s get started by cloning the source code from the previous part of the tutorial series. git clone https://github.com/royagasthyan/ShowPost AddPost Navigate to the project directory and...

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