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Learn How to Build a Transportation Management app in Angular 7 and Spring Boot

Learn How to Build a Transportation Management app in Angular 7 and Spring Boot

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  • Project length: 4h 40m

In this advanced Angular and Spring Boot tutorial, I will teach you how to build the management side of a web-based Transportation app. We are going to focus on both learning some fundamentals but also some more advanced practices in order to achieve a functional Logistics Management site.

Overview

NOTE: Watch my tutorial on how to build a client`s side of this transportation app HERE

This tutorial will cover all the details (models, front-end, back-end, server installation, etc) that are necessary to build an app in Angular 7 and Spring Boot. By watching this tutorial you will learn how to establish a safe communication between the front end the backend and the server in order to create a functional site.

What are the requirements?:
  • Object Oriented Programming
  • Fundamental knowledge of Angular 7 and Spring, routing, project organization, database modeling, etc.
  • Desire to learn how to build a web-based application in worldwide used technologies
What is the target audience?:
  • You want to make a nice extended project in Angular 7 and Spring Boot
  • Understand in depth how database modeling works and how to connect front-end back-end and server together
  • Learn How to build a reliable Transportation Management app

Project Outline

Session 1: Setting up the Environment

  • Session 1.1: Front-End Back-End Installation

Installing the Angular 7 the Visual Studio Code as well as Spring Boot and eclipse

  • Session 1.2: Server Installation and mini presentation

Installing the server using MySQL workbench installer

Session 2: Login-SignUp-Logout

  • Session 2.1: Login

Writing the front end and the back end of the login function

  • Session 2.2: SignUp-LogOut

Writing the front end and the back end of sign up and logout function

Session 3 Drivers-Truck

  • Session 3.1: Drivers Trucks Front-End

Writing the front end of drivers and trucks models and function that use those models

  • Session 3.2: Drivers Trucks Back-End

Writing the back end of drivers and trucks models and function that use those models and connect the back end with the front end

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