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|Add a custom Express route
|Because LoopBack is built on Express, you can add custom routes just as you do in Express.
|Add a static web page
|LoopBack leverages Express middleware to make it easy to serve up static content such as web pages.
|Connect your API to a data source
|LoopBack enables you to easily persist your data model to a variety of data sources without having to write code.
|Create AngularJS client
|Create new data source
|You can easily connect a LoopBack application to multiple different data sources.
|Create new models
|Creating models with the model generator is quick and easy.
|Define a remote hook
|A remote hook is a function that's executed before or after a remote method.
|Define access controls
|Access controls determine which users are allowed to read and write model data and execute methods on the models.
|Define model relations
|Relations among models enable you to query related models and perform corresponding validations.
|Extend your API
|In LoopBack, a Node function attached to a custom REST endpoint is called a remote method.
|Getting started - part II
|This tutorial picks up where the Getting started with LoopBack tutorial ends, and it assumes you understand the basic concepts and tasks introduced in the fi...
|Introducing the Coffee Shop Reviews app
|Coffee Shop Reviews is a complete small application that illustrates many of LoopBack's basic features and how they work together.
|Migrating apps to LoopBack 3.x
|How to migrate applications from LoopBack 2.x to 3.x.
|Use API Explorer
|LoopBack applications come with a built-in API Explorer you can use to test REST API operations during development.
|LoopBack 3.0 が現在のリリース版です。