Is any way to store form data without using database? - angularjs

I am developing a registration application where registration details will be saved and at the time of login as per the user's registration details, the output will be displayed. So first we have to store the registration details into the database and at the time of login, the details of the user will come from the database after running some business logic.
Is there any way to store the data without using the database?
In this context how AngularJs can help me? Please explain to me I am a newbie to application development.

There are certainly ways of storing info, you could use PHP to write it to a document but the reason we have databases is because they are the most efficient way.
SQL isn't difficult to learn and there are plenty of libraries that make it easy to write to from web apps.


How can I share local database of an existing app with a new app and make both work on it simultaneously?

One of my client's inventory management project supports online as well as offline mode to manage huge inventory data and is built using Xamarin.Forms & sqlite-net. Now, the client wants to create another similar kind of app and wants us to use the same local db of the first app.
The actual functionality he needs is that if I have data in one app then it can be shared to the second app and vice-versa. Like, if I'm logged into the first app then user automatically gets logged in to second app when it is launched. For that reason being, we need to have a shared database among both these apps. So, that both apps can read and write in a shared database. How can I achieve this? What will be the best and most efficient approach in Xamarin?
After some research I've found things like shreduserid for data sharing among android apps and App Groups for data sharing for iOS app. If anyone can help me with how to work around with them and best approach to follow.
Anyone having any idea or have done such thing is requested to provide your suggestions/links/code etc.

Which is the better way to store my logincredentials(remember me option) and maintain session throughout the application in angular js

Iam developing angular js web application .I want to store the login credentials when the user checks on remember me option.can any one please suggest me which is the better way to store the details of user (local storage or cookies or etc).And I want to maintain the session throughout the application ..please give your suggestions.
Thanks in advance
There are already plenty of solutions for that kind of stuff. As this is a serious security issue, I would recommend to use one of those instead of "reinventing the wheel".
Whether the system is using cookies or localstorage doesn't really matter at the end of the day. It is however a bad idea in general to store the actual credentials. Instead, use a token-based system that will do a server-client handshake on request.
Personally, I am working with Firebase and Express at the moment.
Firebase is "backend as a service". They offer a free plan for production usage, have a look at it. If you like it, things are pretty easy here. You pay money and get a full-featured REST-like "backend" with built-in user management (See Firebase doc's for SimpleLogin). All you have to do is calling service methods.
This is the DIY way. If you want to have full-control and a free way of doing things, this is the way to go. I am no Express master, so you better have a look at some Tutorials (
If you don't like neither Firebase nor Express, have a look at other Backend-as-a-service offers. You could even use PHP. I would assume that one could say that this is the oldschool way of implementing user sessions :)

Backend for iOS app

My question is how do i get information from a server to my iphone app. let's assume I have completed my current project I'm working on that only needs data to be uploaded to my application.
I understand there is a database or server I must create but how do I go about creating or modifying one for my needs.
I mainly want to store login information from one user and allow users to search for people who have entered login information (name) to add to a friends lists within the current app.
i think in your case you can use Django-tastypie for backend will be good choice.since using django you can develop it in quick time and the tastypie has api services which can used easily for retrieval and sending data
you can go through this
Take a look at services like Stackmob or Parse. These types of service could make it really easy for you to get the server side part of your application up and running. These services would act as your database and also provide an easy api for you to access the server side pieces.

How to create a User based Website supported by a Database

I have experience developing in MS Access and some Java programming with Adobe Flash Builder.
I would like to create a website where a user can sign in and share and post things similar to Facebook, i.e a social network. I would like to know what is the best program for developing a website (for someone who does not come from an html background) and what is the best database to support this type of website i.e ( Oracle, Mysql ... )
If you have any advice or input please let me know. All advice is effective for me.
A user based website should be implemented both at the front end and the back-end of the application. Components such as username, login, and other information should be obtained upon sign in in order to implement a user-based website. The back end of the site should be on a production server that consists of both php and a sql server system of some sort.

Web Analytics & Stats

We want to add tracking statistics to a web application we are building but are pretty unsure of how to go about it. (i.e. clicks, pageviews, unique visits etc)
Does anyone have any articles on the best way to go about incorporating tracking data into an application ? i.e. javascript tracking or IIS etc ?
We want to add tracking in as a ASP.NET MVC module - but we are unsure as to the best way to actually get the data and essentially 'track' this information ?
If anyone could help out - much appreciated.
Edit: just to be clear, we want to do this in-house and present the stats to our users as an additional fee module?
You can turn on the logging for IIS and then use the SQL Server Report Server Pack for IIS. It comes with many canned reports for your sites stats and then you could take it from there with your own custom reports.
You could also just use log parser to get the stats into a SQL Server DB and then you could use SQL from their to analyse and roll your own app.
Either way, you could modularize this and sell it as an add-on to your customer base.
You could use Piwik, you just need PHP version 5.1.3 or greater and MySQL version 4.1 or greater. As they say in their website, "Piwik aims to be an open source alternative to Google Analytics."
They have a demo on the official website so you can see if it's what you're looking for.
Google analytics is a popular service. You just insert a bit of javascript on every page that contains your sites name and Google tracks the data and provides all the report on a handy web based dashboard.
It's not an MVC module like what you mentioned, but it will certain track stats for you and will be a lot simpler to set up than trying to code or integrate anything yourselves.
I'd look at analytics to begin with and only branch out to something more complex if it doesn't meet your requirements.
klabranche provided a holistic answer in terms of using logs of web server. I think using web server log is a a great way to analyse data of your web application.
That being said, depend on your web application and the scope of your analytics, just relay on web server log is not a good way to.
As you may know, web log does not record users behaviors like clicking certain tabs which may not trigger a web server request. Obviously your web log has no idea whether users clicked that tab or not, this may hurt your analyse.
Another you need to know is browser cache, this may create another black hole in your data.
If you want to do a holistic analytics, you need to use two approaches, one is JavaScrip tag, another one is web log. Since both of them have shortages, combining them together will give you a complete picture.
Hope this helps