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Eat-Da-Burger

BurgerLogger with MySQL, Node, Express, Handlebars and Object Relational Mapper (ORM)

Description

This application demonstrates a simple full stack application with a front end implemented with HTML/CSS and elements from the Materialize framework and the backend implemented with Node.js and Express. HTML templating is done with the help of Handlebars.

The user may enter any burger name to add it to the menu. This also adds the new burger entry into the MySQL database. The initial burger entry is added as available on the menu and placed on the left side of the screen. The user may then eat any burger by clicking on it, which moves it into the adjacent column and updates its status accordingly in the database.

Screenshot

Image of Eat-Da-Burger

Live Demo

https://burgerlogger062018.herokuapp.com/

Installation

To run the application locally,

  • Clone this repository with the following command

    • git clone https://github.com/rnguyen05/burgerlogger.git
  • Install the application dependencies.

    • cd bugerlogger
    • npm install
  • Finally, run the below command on your terminal node server.js

  • Now, open the local application on port 8080 at the URL: http://localhost:8080/

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