In this second part of the tutorial we will build the frontend of our chat application. The application will be built with AngularJS using the Loopback SDK and some other good modules we will see soon. The starting point of the app will be created with the Angular Yeoman generator so be sure to have this tool installed.
In this tutorial series we are going to build a simple but complete digital goods e-shop using Laravel 5.1. The shop will sell only digital articles in a zipped file format, downloadable by the customer once the order and the payment is done. It will be something like ThemeForest or other site where you can buy files.
In a previous tutorial we have seen how to use Laravel as backend for our AngularJS application. We made a basic todo application but we didn’t consider anything about users. This time we want to create always the same todo application but we want to make it available for a multi user environment and we want to expose the application only to the registered client.
In this second part of the Laravel and AngularJS todo application tutorial using token based authentication we are going to build the frontend. It will be made completely separated by the Laravel application itself so the same things seen in this tutorial can be used in a web site or a mobile application without difference.
One of the most common feature of every web application is the authentication capabilities. Grabbing information of the user give you the possibilities of personalize content and restrict certain operation only to trusted peoples. Meteor as always make the authentication process very easy to accomplish. One of the most used module is the Accounts one.