How to Install MEAN Stack (MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, Node.js) on CentOS 8


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Installing MEAN Stack on CentOS 8

MEAN Stack is a free and open-source software stack used for building dynamic websites and web applications. It consists of four main components:

  • MongoDB: A NoSQL database that stores structured data in JSON-like documents. It provides high scalability and flexibility.
  • Express.js: A minimal and flexible web application framework for Node.js. It simplifies the process of creating web APIs and handling HTTP requests.
  • AngularJS: A popular JavaScript framework for building dynamic web applications. It provides a structured way to handle front-end development.
  • Node.js: A JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 engine. It allows server-side execution of JavaScript code.

Installation Steps

To begin, connect to your CentOS 8 server via SSH and update the system packages. Open the terminal and run the following commands:

Install MongoDB by following the official MongoDB installation guide for CentOS 8. Here is a summary of the steps:

Install Node.js by running the following commands:

Install Express.js globally using npm (Node Package Manager):

Install AngularJS globally using npm:

Once all the components are installed, you can create a new MEAN Stack application. Start by creating a project directory and navigating into it:

  1. Step 1: Update System Packages
  2. $ sudo dnf update -y

  4. Step 2: Install MongoDB
  5. $ sudo dnf install -y mongodb

  7. Step 3: Install Node.js
  8. $ sudo dnf module install nodejs
    $ node --version

  10. Step 4: Install Express.js
  11. $ sudo npm install -g express

  13. Step 5: Install AngularJS
  14. $ sudo npm install -g angular

  16. Step 6: Create a MEAN Stack Application
  17. $ mkdir mymeanapp
    $ cd mymeanapp

    Use Express.js to scaffold the basic application structure:

    $ express

    Install the project dependencies:

    $ npm install

    Finally, start the application:

    $ npm start

Congratulations! You have successfully installed the MEAN Stack on CentOS 8. You can now start developing your web application using MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js.

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