Added by: Sam Deering
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This version of the application has support for custom routing and dynamic controller script loading. See this this post for more details. The standard version of the application with no custom routing can be found here.
This application demonstrates:
The factories can be switched by changing the app/customersApp/services/config useBreeze setting to true.
The AngularJS portion of the app is structured using the following folders:
###If you're using Visual Studio and .NET:
The following is required to support the backend services:
Visual Studio 2012 Web Express (free version) or higher - http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/eng/products/visual-studio-express-products#product-express-summary
ASP.NET MVC and Web API are used for the back-end services along with Entity Framework for database access (included if you have VS 2012 express installed)
To get started, double-click the CustomerManager.sln file located at the root of the CustomerManager repository. Once the solution loads press F5 to run the project.
###If you're using Node.js/Express/MongoDB
If you don't already have Node.js on your machine install it from http://nodejs.org. You'll also need to install MongoDB from http://www.mongodb.org if you don't have it already and get it configured and running using the instructions on their site.
In the CustomerManager directory execute 'npm install' to install Express, MongoDB and Mongoose (package.json).
Load MongoDB Sample Data Option 1:
Load data into MongoDB by performing the following steps:
Load Sample Data Option 2:
Alternatively you can navigate to CustomerManager/server and double-click the initMongoData.bat (Windows) or initMongoData.sh (Mac/Linux) file to initialize MongoDB with the data.
The Windows script assumes that MongoDB is installed at c:\mongodb while the Linux/Mac script relies on the fact that you have the monogo executable in the path.
Start the Node/Express server:
View the application at http://localhost:3000
Thanks to Tony Quinn for contributing the initial Node.js/MongoDB code!
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