Packaging Angular.js application

In this example, we are going to create a simple Angular.js application which runs on node.js runtime. For the purpose of clarity of example, we are not going to introduce any tests. As it was the case with SpringBoot application, our Angular.js application will be as simple and tiny as possible. We are going to understand how to containerize it instead of diving into Angular.js development. Of course, you are more than welcome to get to know Angular.js if you haven't done this already; it's a wonderful technology. Before you start, you will need to have node.js installed. You can get the installer from node.js website at https://nodejs.org/en/.

First, let's divide the structure of our application in two parts. ...

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