Creating a Front-End for Your User Profile Store With Angular and TypeScript

I recently wrote a tutorial titled, Creating a User Profile Store with Node.js and a NoSQL Database, as it is a very popular subject and use-case when it comes to NoSQL databases. In that tutorial, we created an API using Node.js and Couchbase for storing users, information associated to particular users, and expiring sessions. However, it was strictly backend related with no user interface.
What if we wanted to realistically use the user profile store API? We’re going to see how to create a client front-end written in Angular with TypeScript, that communicates with each of the API endpoints.