I just started learning MEAN JS and I am trying to find the html file for the main page. However I only see home.client.view.html and header.clinet.view.html in the view folder.
From what I know is, usually there is a main html which holds all the information of the home page, and we can add links of CSS files and JS files in the main html file.
How can I add links of extra CSS files and JS files in MEAN JS since i cannot find the main html file?
So for example, to add the angular version of the tinymce editor to your MEANJS site, you'd edit config/env/all.js by adding CSS to module.exports.assets.lib.css and references to the tinymce editor and its angular wrapper to module.exports.assets.lib.js.
You will need to restart your server (via the 'grunt' command) if you change this file while the server is running.
firstname.lastname@example.org to scaffold a new mean project, the default "top-level" page is located under
packages/custom/meanStarter/public/views/system where you will find two files:
Now, having said that, it should be noted that the "proper" way of configuring a mean server to display your own top-level homepage is to create a new mean package.
See the docs for further information.