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Mojo and Angular
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Duncan Ferguson
2018-07-28 10:59:55 UTC
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Hi,

I am considering diving into writing my own webapp but I am still trying to
work out how I might want to do it - this is more of a project so I can
learn new technologies rather than for any other reason.

I have used Mojo before for a few small projects and I am currently
wondering if I can use Mojo as the backend and Angular as the frontend in
my new one, but before I go this route I am looking to see how many other
people have done this previously (rather than using node.js, which I have
never looked at before). I'd prefer to try and not take on too much to
learn in one go, hence using Mojo, which at least I have a vague idea about
:)

I have seen there are a couple of Angular modules on metacpan, but they all
appear to be 3+ years ago - are they still useful if I do end up going this
route?

Thanks

Duncs
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Sebastian Riedel
2018-07-28 11:09:41 UTC
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I have used Mojo before for a few small projects and I am currently wondering if I can use Mojo as the backend and Angular as the frontend in my new one, but before I go this route I am looking to see how many other people have done this previously (rather than using node.js, which I have never looked at before). I'd prefer to try and not take on too much to learn in one go, hence using Mojo, which at least I have a vague idea about :)
Mojolicious is perfectly fine to use with any client-side JavaScript framework.
I have seen there are a couple of Angular modules on metacpan, but they all appear to be 3+ years ago - are they still useful if I do end up going this route?
I don't know why you'd want to use modules for that. Use
Mojolicious::Plugin::AssetPack to compile/optimize your assets if
that's a requirement, but everything else is just plain old REST APIs.
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Илья Рассадин
2018-07-28 15:08:17 UTC
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Hi!

If you want to implement REST backend, see on these modules

https://metacpan.org/pod/Mojolicious::Plugin::OpenAPI

https://metacpan.org/pod/Mojolicious::Plugin::GraphQL
Post by Duncan Ferguson
Hi,
I am considering diving into writing my own webapp but I am still
trying to work out how I might want to do it - this is more of a
project so I can learn new technologies rather than for any other reason.
I have used Mojo before for a few small projects and I am currently
wondering if I can use Mojo as the backend and Angular as the frontend
in my new one, but before I go this route I am looking to see how many
other people have done this previously (rather than using node.js,
which I have never looked at before).  I'd prefer to try and not take
on too much to learn in one go, hence using Mojo, which at least I
have a vague idea about :)
I have seen there are a couple of Angular modules on metacpan, but
they all appear to be 3+ years ago - are they still useful if I do end
up going this route?
Thanks
  Duncs
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Duncan Ferguson
2018-07-29 15:21:07 UTC
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Thanks for the links - I had found the OpenAPI one and I did want to go
that route - I was aware of the GraphQL one but I think I have only just
understood why it might be useful; some of the docs sites are not very
helpful in explaining the reasons behind using it

Duncs
Post by Илья Рассадин
Hi!
If you want to implement REST backend, see on these modules
https://metacpan.org/pod/Mojolicious::Plugin::OpenAPI
https://metacpan.org/pod/Mojolicious::Plugin::GraphQL
Hi,
I am considering diving into writing my own webapp but I am still trying
to work out how I might want to do it - this is more of a project so I can
learn new technologies rather than for any other reason.
I have used Mojo before for a few small projects and I am currently
wondering if I can use Mojo as the backend and Angular as the frontend in
my new one, but before I go this route I am looking to see how many other
people have done this previously (rather than using node.js, which I have
never looked at before). I'd prefer to try and not take on too much to
learn in one go, hence using Mojo, which at least I have a vague idea about
:)
I have seen there are a couple of Angular modules on metacpan, but they
all appear to be 3+ years ago - are they still useful if I do end up going
this route?
Thanks
Duncs
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Tekki
2018-07-29 06:58:14 UTC
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but before I go this route I am looking to see how many other people have
done this previously
I've done this since a long time. Mojolicious for the API, the application
logic, for creating PDFs and e-mails, and all the client side JS code in
static files delivered with $c->reply->static. Now moving from Angular to
Vue.js.
In fact, I use the Mojolicious template system too to create the static JS
files.

Tekki
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Luc Larochelle
2018-09-05 13:38:46 UTC
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Hi Duncan,

I just finished my first AngularJS web app with Mojolicious as the backend.
The result is impressive, slick and highly responsive. I had looked into
the openAPI plugin before, but wouldn't really understand what it is and
how to use it before doing my dev. In fact, I implemented json schema
validation in another project (purely backend interaction) and I think it
has to be the way to go (openAPI).

Lesson learned, though : I've been rendering the app with the get ' / '
route, I think I might look into an alternative to serve the front end in a
completely different environment than the backend. But still very happy
with the result.

Hope this helps.

Luc
Post by Duncan Ferguson
Hi,
I am considering diving into writing my own webapp but I am still trying
to work out how I might want to do it - this is more of a project so I can
learn new technologies rather than for any other reason.
I have used Mojo before for a few small projects and I am currently
wondering if I can use Mojo as the backend and Angular as the frontend in
my new one, but before I go this route I am looking to see how many other
people have done this previously (rather than using node.js, which I have
never looked at before). I'd prefer to try and not take on too much to
learn in one go, hence using Mojo, which at least I have a vague idea about
:)
I have seen there are a couple of Angular modules on metacpan, but they
all appear to be 3+ years ago - are they still useful if I do end up going
this route?
Thanks
Duncs
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