The real crux of the chapter lies in the client. Let's add the
angular-meteor package to the application to start with the client. Add the package using the
meteor add urigo:angular command. We are ready to write Angular.js code.
In the client, we will have two sections. The first section is the header, where we will display the logo, navigation link, and accounts section. We are going to use the
ian:accounts-ui-bootstrap-3 packages for the login and general styles. The other section is the container, where we will display the create/edit form or the listing based on the route. As we mentioned earlier, we also need
angular-ui-router for routes. Add all these ...