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Fly-over of MEAN Stack: Six Need-to-Knows

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Fly-over of MEAN Stack: Six Need-to-Knows

This article gives a brief overview of 6 things you want to know about MEAN Stack. The document also illustrates, at a high-level, MEAN Stack's advantages and benefits.

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Why Stay MEAN?

This article gives a brief overview of 6 things you want to know about MEAN Stack. The document also illustrates, at a high-level, MEAN Stack's advantages and benefits.

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1. What is MEAN?

MEAN.JS, a full-stack, JavaScript solution which accelerates building fast, robust, and maintainable web applications using MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, and Node.js technology stack.

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MEAN Stack allows us to work seamlessly, avoid useless grunt work/pitfalls, and keep the application organized. It also enables us to create and maintain simple, robust, readable open-source solution.

2. What Are the Languages and Formats Used?

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NO programming languages like PHP or Java are used—only JavaScript and JSON.

3. MEAN Stack Concept

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4. Advantages of MEAN Stack Over Conventional Technology Stack

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5. Future of MEAN Stack

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6. Benefits of MEAN Stack

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mean stack ,angular applications ,node js ,mongdb ,express.js

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