Playing nice with the MEAN stack

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MEAN is an acronym representing a suite of opensource tech: MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js.

In this presentation, Leila Adams, software developer at Aspenware, explores the MEAN stack from a .NET context for the Boulder Colorado .NET user group.

Participants learned how to play nice with Node.js without leaving the comfort of their Microsoft environment, how to get started creating a MEAN project and current web trends influencing the upcoming version of .NET.

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Playing nice with the MEAN stack

  1. 1. Denver 450 Lincoln Street, #101 Denver, CO 80203 303.798.5458 Colorado Springs 118 N. Tejon Street, #200 Colorado Springs, CO 80903 719.445.1138 www.aspenware.com @aspenware (twitter) contactus@aspenware.com Playing Nice with the MEAN Stack By Leila Adams @thatgirlcancode
  2. 2. agenda • What is MEAN • Why use it • Tools • Demo • vNext 2Aspenware
  3. 3. what is MEAN? Aspenware
  4. 4. 4Aspenware Microsoft MEAN C# JavaScript Views & Razor Vash ASP.NET MVC & Web API Express IIS Node.exe SQL Server MongoDB / Edge.js + SQL Server SQL JavaScript Entity Framework Mongoose Nuget Package Manager Node Package Manager / Bower MSBuild Grunt MSTest / NUnit Mocha / Jasmine SignalR Socket I/O associations
  5. 5. why use MEAN? • High concurrency • Real-time solution • Minimal configuration; rapid prototyping • No build/compile time • Fetching lots of data • Not doing a lot of CPU intensive stuff • General purpose 5Aspenware
  6. 6. tools • Node.exe • Node.js Tools for Visual Studio • TypeScript 6Aspenware
  7. 7. demo • Node.js Tools • NPM • Express • Vash • Private module • Real project • MongoDB 7Aspenware
  8. 8. 8Aspenware Angular Controller homeController.js Angular Service vendorService.js View Index.vash Node Api Controller vendorsApiController.js MongoDB database.js & vendors.js Node Business vendorBusiness.js
  9. 9. 9Aspenware Current .NET MEAN vNext C# JavaScript C# Views & Razor Vash Views & Razor ASP.NET MVC & Web API Express ASP.NET MVC 6 IIS Node.exe IIS Entity Framework Mongoose Entity Framework Nuget Pkg Manager Node Pkg Manager / Bower Nuget Pkg Manager / KPM Packages.config Package.json Project.json MSBuild Grunt Roslyn more associations
  10. 10. resources • http://www.asp.net/vnext/overview/aspnet-vnext • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dotnet/archive/2014/05/12/the-next-generation-of-net-asp-net-vnext.aspx • http://pluralsight.com • Node.js for .NET Developer by Shawn Wildermuth • Introduction to MongoDB by Nuri Halperin • Building AngularJS & Node.js Apps with the MEAN Stack by Joe Eames • 092 JavaScript Jabber: The MEAN Stack with Ward Bell & Valeri Karpov • Express Web Application Development by Hage Yaapa • NoSQL Distilled: A Brief Guide to the Emerging World of Polyglot Persistence by Sadalage & Fowler • Channel 9: ASP.NET vNext 101 with Damian Edwards and David Fowler • http://blogs.msdn.com/b/webdev/archive/2014/06/17/dependency-injection-in-asp-net-vnext.aspx • http://www.joyent.com/blog/joyent-partners-with-ms-to-port-node-js-to-windows • http://www.hanselman.com/blog/InstallingAndRunningNodejsApplicationsWithinIISOnWindowsAreYouMad.aspx Special thanks to @elylucas and @mike_filbin 10Aspenware

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