A tour of Prodo Angular application’s project

It will be good to give a tour of Prodo Angular application’s project first before I start writing posts to explain the technical concepts.

If you are wondering what Prodo is, then please refer my other post: Learn to build E-Commerce Backend App using Angular, Web API.

The source code of this application can be found on GitHub.

Watch Video & Learn

I’d suggest to download the project on your system. Then watch my video to view the project while I go through it in the video.To get updates, don’t forget to Subscribe to my channel as well as blog to get free content.

I’ve used Visual Studio 2015 for the projects. You can use any IDE or code-editor for Angular 2 application but you will need to use Visual Studio to open the Web API project.

I’m also using a Node Task Runner Explorer extension in Visual Studio. This makes running and visualising all the Node.js commands really easy. You may get this extension for VS here.

To run this application, follow the steps below:

  • run npm install
  • run npm start

Prodo uses in-memory persistence for data. I may convert this to use Entity Framework and SQL Server OR NoSQL later.


Siddharth Pandey

Siddharth Pandey is a Software Engineer with thorough hands-on commercial experience & exposure to building enterprise applications using Agile methodologies. Siddharth specializes in building, managing on-premise, cloud based real-time standard, single page web applications (SPAs). He has successfully delivered applications in health-care, finance, insurance, e-commerce sectors for major brands in the UK. Other than programming, he also has experience of managing teams, trainer, actively contributing to the IT community by sharing his knowledge using Stack Overflow, personal website & video tutorials.

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