Build a Social Network with MEAN Stack Part 4



You asked for it, you got it… Part 4 of how to build a social network in the MEAN Stack 🙂 Today we cover Following and only retrieving Wastes from accounts that you follow.

The source code on our Github Repository has been updated 😀

36 Comments

  1. Man, freaking excellent code along videos, keep it up!. It'd be nice to see some new higher level M.E.A.N App, or M.E.A.N best practices or include gulp or webpack!! :). I think im asking too much lol, had fun learning watching your videos.

    Later

  2. hey Rick. love the videos, I've learned a lot and they're really helpful. Just a suggestion for the future though, I think you should try to code how you would in production. A lot of times, you say how since its just a code along, this will pass. But, at least for me, I want to learn the best style of coding, not just a easy way to get it done. Will there be/is there a video to make this more secure like you mentioned in this video? Thanks!

  3. I am starting and I liked a lot the videos. I am having problems to make the unfollow functionality and make the follow correctly. Are you going to make the video #5?
    Thank you very much.

  4. great job ….

    Could you help me?
    My Wastes are repeating after approx. 2 minutes ( 1:59 minutes) and i have just changed the code a little, as when posting a waste , I didn't used Waste.find(); after waste.save()

  5. Oh yes. I forgot. So I have seen all other use videos use grunt and gulp. What do they do that is different from just making the app yourself like you are in these videos. I much prefer making the app this way rather than having gulp and grunt and all their files. I have no idea what they do.

    I do know that one of them builds the app in one html file I think?

  6. "Thank you guys for helping us surpass 350 subscribers! To keep this boat rolling, we will give you guys another Tutorial at 400 subscribers and then give you Part 5 at 500 subscribers!" Reached over 1k+ Now you owe us the next 3 parts 😀

  7. This was an awesome fucking series! The most straight-forward comprehensive start-to-finish guide to the MEAN stack I've seen on YouTube. Looking forward to the next video!

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