The sample have two important components, the first is an AngularJS client and the second is a service implemented in NodeJS. The second part will be explained in a future article, but the important thing here is that both parts can work (and be implemented) separately.
In this article we have explored the create, update and delete operations, but the read method wasn’t implemented, so we don't completed the whole CRUD operations. The team decided study and document a sample that represents entities of ATMs. This entity has name, address and state as string attributes plus two booleans that set if the ATM accept deposits and if it has restricted services (called mini).
Code of the view:
<form class="form" role="form">