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OmerFlame
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Website written in Angular.

Project Type
Open source idea
Summary

Website written in Angular.

Description
Requesting someone who knows SQL very good, and knows how to use it in parallel with Angular. I want to make a website dedicated to programming memes, using Angular Material and SQLite3 package, using Node.js. I will be doing the Angular stuff, the guy that will help me will do the SQL. REQUESTS FOR JOINING: omeromer54321@gmail.com.
Current Team Size
1, need more helpers!
Comments
  • 1
    Just go with firebase I has nice integration with angularjs
  • 1
    @noogli I don't want AngularJS, I want Angular 4.
  • 1
    @zickig I have no idea what is going on, but it gives me a 505 error, and it says your inbox is inaccessible...
  • 0
    @NyxMC wanna join?
  • 0
  • 0
  • 0
    You mean like thecodinglove ?
  • 3
    @OmerFlame The sarcasm airline just flew over your head.

    @zickig LOLOL
  • 0
    SQL isn't that hard, you could also use a NoSQL Database with JSON storing, which I think even easier to learn.
  • 0
    @OmerFlame firebase has an Angular library as well. It's under Google domain so they pretty much have to make it work with Angular. Best part is 3 way data bindingšŸ˜³. Update screen which updates model which updates the database. Update the db the model and screen get updated...Instantly. And you guessed it... Update the model and both the screen and db get updated. It's a really cool lib. It's NOSQL so not great for relational type data, but should work great for what your doing.
  • 0
    If you switch to NoSQL (firebase or mongo atlas etc) I can help. I know angular 6
  • 1
    @mrSomeone IS ANGULAR 6 ALREADY OUT????
  • 0
    @Hu-bot0x58 but it's being developed too fast for me to track on...
  • 1
    @OmerFlame yes it is !
  • 0
    @noogli I agree, firebase is definitely worth spending the time to learn
  • 1
    @JoccySoul I am having a REALLY bad time with Firebase. I am using AngularFire, and I am so frustrated with it. Nothing works, I tried to connect it to a realtime database and nothing worked. None of my queries worked, it didn't show any data, even Authentication didn't work! Just garbage.
  • 0
    There easy and good
    Tutorials
    Search
    Angularfirebase
    On YouTube
  • 0
    @noogli I'll try, but I barely think it could help, since everything I try always fails :(
  • 1
    It's stupid simple even my mom it friend can build a simple site with it
    U just u can get a query with 10 lines total set up
  • 0
    A NoSQL solution such as MongoDB may be a better way to go. Mongoose abstracts a lot of the database interaction and is supported by platforms like Heroku without any tricky setup.
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