You are working towards building a full stack application, Â specifically called the MEAN stack. The acronym contains letters Â representing some of the critical software you will utilize to develop Â the app (MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node.js). You have reached a Â critical stage in the full stack project. You will create a database and Â then connect the database to the server which, in turn, will deliver Â the data to the browser for the customer who uses the Travlr Getaways Â website. In this module, you will create MongoDB databases. You will Â provide structure, models, and schemas to the database to establish the Â groundwork for the API. Finally, you will add mock data to test pulling Â live data from the database.
Follow the NoSQL Database, Models, and Schema section of the CS 465 Full Stack Guide and address the following:
- API Integration: Create the logic necessary to Â define the trip schema with validation and retrieve the trip data in Â , using the Mongoose node package library.
- Populate Database: Use the Seedgoose node package Â library to populate the Trips collections with sample data suitable for Â Travlr Getawaysâ€™ software requirements.
- Testing: Test the database by using a database tool (Robo 3T) to verify that the data has been loaded correctly.
Guidelines for SubmissionCS 465 Southern New Hampshire University Static HTML Site Setup Exercise
Submit your updated zipped file folder, travlr.zip. The trips.json Â file should be included as part of the zipped file folder. This will Â demonJSON formatstrate that when you open the database, it shows the live data. The Â JSON file will live within the travlr.zip folder.
Please note: You will â€œpushâ€ your local Git repository module4 Â branch to your GitHub repository after each module iteration. This Â procedure will become second nature to you as you move through the Â course modules. In the end, you will have a full stack web application Â with branches that represent key stages of building a full stack Â application leading up to full project completion.