Online Book Store in MEAN Stack AngularJS MongoDB Project Report

Online Book Store in MEAN Stack AngularJS MongoDB Project Report

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Project Title: Online Book Store
I. Introduction
The Online Book Store is a web application developed using the MEAN stack. It provides users with an interactive platform to browse, search, and purchase books online. The application utilizes MongoDB for database management, Express.js for backend development, AngularJS for frontend interactivity, and Node.js as the server-side runtime.
II. Objectives
Develop a full-stack web application for an online book store.
Implement secure user authentication and authorization.
Provide features for book browsing, searching, and purchasing.
Utilize MongoDB for database storage and management.
Create a responsive and user-friendly interface using AngularJS for frontend development.
III. Technologies Used
MongoDB (NoSQL database)
Express.js (Backend framework)
AngularJS (Frontend framework)
Node.js (Server-side runtime)
HTML, CSS, JavaScript (Frontend)
Mongoose (Object modeling for MongoDB)
JSON Web Tokens (JWT) for authentication
IV. Features
User Authentication:

Secure user registration and login functionalities.
JWT-based authentication for secure user sessions.
Book Catalog:

Display a catalog of books with details such as title, author, genre, and price.
Allow users to browse and search for books.
Shopping Cart:

Enable users to add books to a shopping cart.
Provide options for updating the cart and proceeding to checkout.
Order Management:

Manage user orders and order history.
Display order details, including items, total price, and order status.
V. Project Structure
server: Node.js server and Express.js backend code.
client: AngularJS frontend code.
models: Mongoose models for defining MongoDB schema.
routes: Express.js routes for handling HTTP requests.
views: HTML templates for frontend.
VI. User Interface Design
Web Pages:
Home page displaying featured books.
Book catalog page with search and filter options.
User profile page for managing orders and account details.
VII. Database Design
Collection: users
Fields: user_id, username, email, password_hash, etc.
Collection: books
Fields: book_id, title, author, genre, price, etc.
Collection: orders
Fields: order_id, user_id, items, total_price, order_date, etc.
Summary of the Online Book Store project.
Reflection on the development process, challenges faced, and lessons learned.
IX. Future Enhancements
Ideas for additional features or improvements for the online book store.
Consideration for integrating payment gateways or implementing real-time inventory updates.
X. References
Any external libraries, frameworks, or resources used during the development.