screenshot of MeanMapAppV2.0


App demonstrating MEAN (Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node) Integration with Google Maps. Created for Scotch IO Tutorial.


The MeanMapAppV2.0 is a basic application that showcases the integration of MEAN stack (Mongo, Express, Angular, and Node) with Google Maps. Users can mark their location on a Google Map with identifiers based on form responses. The application utilizes geolocation validation and MongoDB for geospatial filtering.


  • MEAN Integration: Demonstrates the integration of MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node.js.
  • Google Maps Integration: Allows users to mark their locations on Google Maps.
  • Geolocation Validation: Utilizes HTML5 validated geolocation for accurate location identification.
  • Geospatial Filtering: Demonstrates the use of geospatial filtering through MongoDB.


To run MeanMapAppV2.0 locally, follow these steps:

  1. Clone the repository for the application.
  2. Download npm packages by running npm install.
  3. Open one terminal and launch mongod.
  4. In another terminal, run server.js.
  5. Open a browser and go to http://localhost:3000/.


The MeanMapAppV2.0 is a demonstration of MEAN stack integration with Google Maps, showcasing features like geolocation validation and geospatial filtering. By following the installation guide, users can run the application locally to explore its functionalities. The detailed tutorial links provided offer further insights into building MEAN stack applications with Google Maps integration.


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