In this part of the tutorial series, we are going to talk about implementing the business logic for getting the resources from the server.
In the first part of the tutorial series, we saw how to get started with creating an Angular web app. We learned how to set up the application and created the Login component. In this part of the series, we'll move further and write down the REST API required for interacting with the MongoDB backend. We'll also create the Home component which will be displayed after the user has logged in successfully.
As many studies have shown, the number of mobile users has increased tremendously. In countries like Indonesia, over 90% of the traffic is generated by "mobile" users. The web technology of 2007 was not ready for mobile formats, so we had to make websites responsive and think “mobile first."