In my previous blog post, I’ve showed how to create REST APIs that interacts with the GitHub APIs. The API we had is to return a list of open issues by specifying the GitHub repo and a label. Now it’s time to create a frontend application to display the result…
Previously, we created the service proxy that connects to the GitHub APIs in a LoopBack application. The result contains 30 items per page by default. We can increase this number but only to a maximum of 100. …
In my previous blog, I went through what the application can do, and also created the DataSource that connects to the GitHub REST API. In this article, I’m going to create the skeleton of the rest of the LoopBack application:
As you might be aware already, I’ve created a few blog posts on LoopBack that are mostly built on top of the Todo tutorial. It is because the main purpose of those blogs is to show how to add certain features, not the base application itself.
This article is a continuation of my previous post on using LoopBack 4 JWT authentication extension
@loopback/jwt-authentication . The full example can be found https://github.com/strongloop/loopback-next/tree/master/examples/todo-jwt. You can download the example using this command:
lb4 example todo-jwt
The default implementation of the
@loopback/jwt-authentication is to store the
UserCredentials data in…
Originally published on https://strongloop.com/strongblog/2020-oct-slack-qa/.
It’s been 6 months since we created the Slack channel for LoopBack community. Thanks to your support, over 500 members had joined and new members are joining almost everyday! …
Originally published on https://strongloop.com/strongblog/2020-sept-slack-qa/.
Welcome back to the September edition of the “Community Q&A Monthly Digest”, in which we are curating some of the Q&A that we think it might be helpful to you. Thank you for posting your questions and helping your fellow LoopBack users.
Previously in the blog post https://medium.com/@MobileDiana/building-a-frontend-application-with-loopback4-and-angular-e15c6fb48971, I have some REST APIs coming from LoopBack 4 application (the todo application) and created an Angular application to display the todo list. In this blog, I’m going to share what I’ve done and learned to deploy both applications to IBM Cloud Kubernetes cluster.
UPDATED 2021/03/19: Please note that this blog post has been converted to the documentation in LoopBack. For the most up-to-date version, see https://loopback.io/doc/en/lb4/Building-frontend-angular-application.html.
Originally published on https://strongloop.com/strongblog/2020-community-contribution/.
Almost two years ago, LoopBack 4 was released and announced at Node+JS Interactive event. Thanks to your support, we now have over 110k downloads per month on npmjs.com and over 3000 GitHub stars on the loopback-next repo. Recently, we created the LoopBack Slack community to provide…