The goal is to have a starter project which can be used to quickly build an API with a frontend that are easily extended.
Permissions on user actions (non-admins cannot access advanced functions)
permissions on content items (non-admins can only edit own content, etc)
Social authentication based on Passport.
Detect if API is online HubSpot/offline?
Loading indicators Urigo/angular-spinkit?
#### Markdown Editor #### SweetAlert
Installation depends on
bower installed globally.
git clone https://github.com/beeman/loopback-angular-admin.git
git clone https://github.com/beeman/loopback-angular-admin.git && cd loopback-angular-admin && npm install && bower install && grunt && npm start & grunt serve
The project is separated in a server and a client.
To run the server you issue the command:
Or to run it with nodemon (needs
nodemon installed globally). This will
automatically restart the server when you change its code:
npm run dev
Rebuild the lb-services.js file with the correct
API_URL for development.
To run the client you issue the command:
It will open the project in your default browser with livereload enabled. This will take care of reloading the page when you change your code.
You can specify the URL to the MongoDB database you want to use with the
MONGODB_URL environment variable.
MONGODB_URL="mongodb://localhost:27017/loopback-angular-admin" npm start
INITDB to true if you want to load the initial dataset, which creates the admin user. The memory database (default) does this automatically.
INITDB=true MONGODB_URL="mongodb://localhost:27017/loopback-angular-admin" npm start
For development you'd want to look into yeoman.
The API is built with generator-loopback.
The GUI is built with generator-angular.
These should help you quickly add code to your project. Further details tailored to this project might follow in the future.
These commits might be useful when extending the functionality.
If you have any problems please contact me.