MEAN stack (mongoDB, Express.js, Angular.js, Node.js)

M.E.A.N. its self is not a framework, its stands for Node, Express, Angular and MongoDB which are the technologies used to complete the stack. The term MEAN stack refers to a collection of JavaScript based technologies used to develop web applications. MEAN is an acronym for MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS and Node.js. From client to server to database, MEAN is full stack JavaScript. These components combine together to enable you to create the smartest web and mobile applications, and to initiate rock-solid front-end and back-end support. All this technologies common thread is java script, cost effective because of open source, popular for creating dynamic websites. It supports model view controller (MVC) architecture. Uses JSON to transfer the data. MEAN is more innovative and cutting edge technology which will lead the future web applications. Mongo DB is a schema less, easy to scale, has no complex joins, structure of a single object is clear, Tuning, conversion of application object to database objects not needed, uses internal memory for storing the working set, enabling faster access of data. In MEAN stack the only knowledge of language you require is JavaScript. JavaScript was and still is, the mainstream scripting language that runs on the client side and makes the web page dynamic and responsive. The fact that only one language is required in the MEAN stack, it becomes a lot easier for developers to manage the front end as well as the backend. This reason alone is enough that companies should prefer a MEAN stack.

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