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MEAN Stack on Debian 11

The MEAN stack is a powerful combination of technologies used in web application development. MEAN, which stands for MongoDB, Express.js, AngularJS, and Node.js, represents a comprehensive JavaScript-based framework. Many web app development companies rely on MEAN stack programming for building robust applications. This stack offers various testing frameworks like MochaJS, KarmaJS, and JasmineJS to create comprehensive test suites for MEAN applications.

MongoDB 5x Community Edition: MongoDB is a widely used and popular NoSQL database management system. It excels in data storage and retrieval, making it a go-to choice for technology projects.

Express.js: Express.js complements Node.js in the MEAN stack, handling server-side JavaScript responses efficiently. It aids web developers in building and executing applications quickly, particularly those aimed at fast loading.

Angular.js: Angular.js is a renowned front-end framework for application development. Developers utilize it to create fast, low-maintenance applications, making it a preferred choice for client-side development and user request processing.

Node.js: Node.js, in conjunction with Express, efficiently manages diverse user requests and serves as the backbone of the MEAN stack project structure. This server-side JavaScript runtime environment is a crucial component of MEAN stack projects, ensuring effective performance.

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