Build a Nodejs App
Node.js app builder is a developer-centric platform to build backend CRUD APIs along with other essential features to boost developers' productivity time by twofold!
Most importantly, the Node.js app builder gives developers total code ownership. The code it generates is bug-free, which leads to developers having code consistency with zero efforts.
You will have three options to create an application
- Create a new app: Create an application from scratch by providing Architecture type and Database type.
- Create from Template: In case you do not have an database, create a database from the range of built-in templates.
Create a new app
Select platform as Bakend to create a Backend. Next, enter your
Application name and select
Technology from the drop-down as Node.js.
Also, select Architecture type and Database type. And click
Create a new app.
Create from Template
Go to Templates and from dropdown select
Application name, and select Architecture type and Database type based on category of your application. Click
Select a template based on category of your choice.
Next, click on
Upload, pick, or create new schema data
If you have schema data you can upload it, or choose from the given samples below.
If you choose MongoDB, then these are the frameworks we support:
Mongoose | Sails.js | Total.js | NestJS | LoopBack | Fastify
You can create new schema data from Models
Create or Upload schema data- Configure your model attributes. Setup model permission- Configure CRUD permission for each model. Setup model-wise routes- Access autogenerated routes, add routes, and more. Role access- Create different roles according to platform requirements.
Now, developers can either add features like auth constants, role access, etc then build App, or directly build App (in MVC or Clean code) and download the source code.
Additionally, developers can download their API postman file, and upload it to our other frontend technologies to quickly build their overall app.
These simple steps will help you reduce many of the monotonous tasks involved in building a backend and increase your work productivity.
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