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README.md

Nodejs url-shortener

This project was generated with Angular CLI version 6.0.3 and NodeJs version 8.11.2

preview

Installation

use npm install in api-backend dir & url-shortener-frontend dir for install libs.

Run

use npm start in api-backend dir for run nodejs api. use npm serve in url-shortener-frontend dir for run client side.

  • nodejs api run on port 3000
  • angular run on port 4200

install mongoDB and set DB adress for database var for config.js

API

api adress after run: {your_url}:3000/api/v0.1/...

  • /api/v0.1/{short_link} - method: GET | redirect to original link
  • /api/v0.1/urls - method: GET | get all short url - auth necessary
  • /api/v0.1/statics - method GET | get service statics - auth necessary
  • /api/v0.1/users/signup - method: POST | sign up user
  • /api/v0.1/users/signin - method: POST | signin user
  • /api/v0.1/urls/{user_id} - method: POST | get user urls - auth necessary
  • /api/v0.1/urls/{url} - method: POST | save url for shorting - auth necessary
  • /api/v0.1/urls/{url_id} - method: DELETE | delete url - auth necessary

Development server

Run ng serve for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.

Build

Run ng build to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/ directory. Use the --prod flag for a production build.

Further help

visit mohamad or send e-mail: deylami.developer@gmail.com

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