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MEAN stack future?

 
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I have been hearing lot of things about MEAN stack nowadays.

To know more about this I have been doing a course on MongoDB from MongoDB university. As I was doing that I noticed that there are plenty of material available online for node.js and angularJS as well. So, I have 2 questions.

1. Why should we get your book where there is plenty of free online material available?
2. How usable do you think MEAN is when it comes to enterprise applications?

I hope to win a copy this time as I believe MEAN has a huge future ahead.
 
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Hello Prab, thanks for the question.

1- I think all the stuff available is very good, paid or free. The book can help you with a general panorama on Single Page Web Application Development, from a simple CRUD to a complex user authentication to Restful architecture and other things. Both types of resources free and paid combine with l lot of knowledge.

2- A lot of companies are putting the MEAN stack on production on enterprise applications nowadays, and having good feedback from their users. But Node still growing each day, so we need more time to prove the MEAN stack as a solid and stable way to building enterprise app.
 
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Thanks Fernando for answering my questions
 
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