The 'Boilerplate' for AngularJS + Sails.js is an example application that provides a fully separated back- and frontend development structure for modern web applications. It aims to provide a real starting point for new applications by showcasing the power of AngularJS and WebSockets. The backend side of the application is built with Sails.js and the frontend side utilizes the slush-angular library.
npm install -g bower
npm install -g gulp
npm install -g sails
git submodule update --init --recursive
npm install command separately in the backend and frontend directories.
The 'Boilerplate' for AngularJS + Sails.js is an example application that provides a starting point for modern web applications with separated back- and frontend development. It showcases the power of AngularJS and WebSockets and offers simple examples for using these technologies. With a clear directory structure and separate repositories for the backend and frontend, it is easy to get started with building new applications. The installation process requires npm, node.js, bower, gulp, and sails to be installed, and the project codes can be downloaded from the provided repositories.
Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source framework by Google for building dynamic single-page applications and cross-platform mobile apps with MVC architecture and a rich set of features.