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AngularJS in Action by Lukas Ruebbelke with Brian Ford

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Appendix B. Setting up a Node.js server

You can run Angello one of two ways: with Firebase or Node.js. We’ll show you how to install Node.js and integrate it with Angello.

Install Node.js (with Node Package Manager, a.k.a. npm) and MongoDB

If you don’t have Node.js and npm, here are a few resources to get you started:

To install MongoDB, go to http://docs.mongodb.org/manual/installation/ and follow the directions for your specific platform.

Initialize the repo

Go to your terminal and run the following commands (after you’ve installed Git and Node.js):

cd <your-projects-folder> git clone https://github.com/angularjs-in-action/angello-express-api ...

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