- Client: AngularJS and Bootstrap. Client side is fully static and CDN ready. All client packages are located at
- Server: Koa for RESTful API serving on Node.js. ES2017
awaitfunctions all the way!
- WebSockets along with JSON-RPC is used for real-time client-server communication and browser sync.
- OAuth 2 is used for social authentications. Instead of auth cookies, we use JWT along with HTML5 local storage.
- Grunt tasks are used to facilitate development and testing.
- MongoDB for persistence.
Browse the live KOAN example on https://koan.herokuapp.com which is a Facebook like real-time sharing app.
Make sure that you have Node.js v7.6 or higher (for Node <7.6, use v1.6 release), and MongoDB v2 or higher (running on the default port 27017) installed on your computer. To get started with KOAN stack, do following:
git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/soygul/koan.git cd koan npm install npm start
Your application should run on the 3000 port so in your browser just go to http://localhost:3000. If you want to run tests, simply type:
app.json are making this repo readily available for Heroku deployment. You can start by clicking the above button.
You can run all the tests with
npm test. Tests are run with:
- Client (unit): Jasmine + Karma (Angular default)
- Client (e2e): Jasmine + Protractor (Angular default)
- Server: Mocha/SuperTest/Should (Koa default)
See /test/server/users.js for an example.
Client side is entirely based on the official: Angular Seed. Server side simply utilizes generally accepted Koa middleware and Node.js best practices.
The project name is an acronym for Koa, Angular, and Node. It also is the name for a Zen Buddhist riddle used to focus the mind during meditation and to develop intuitive thinking.
Screenshots from the demo app, in case Heroku app is down.
User home page: