In Angular for Java Developers Part Four: Connecting to a REST back end you’ll learn how to connect an Angular front end up with a Java (Spring Boot) based back end system using REST. You’ll also learn how to deal with slow and unavailable connections and deal with issues such as CORS for multiple-domain applications, how to set up a back end with Spring Boot, pre-processing data, and pre-fetching data.
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This course was created independently by Angular expert Matt Greencroft and is distributed by Manning through our exclusive liveVideo platform.
About the subject
The Angular framework is used by millions of developers, powering frontends from simple prototypes to Google’s own web apps. Prized for its scalability, Angular also offers lightning fast speed and response times and the chance to reuse code for both web and mobile. Best of all, it can be integrated with backends built in Java.
About the video
Exercise 2 - Dealing with slow and unavailble connections
Exercise 2 - Solution walkthrough
POSTing and PUTting data
Sending data via REST
Exercise 3 - Post and putting data
Exercise 3 - Solution walkthrough
Completing the users component
Exercise 4 - Implementing REST from Angular
Exercise 4 - Solution walkthrough
Getting a confirmation before deleting
Setting up the edit booking functionality
The concept of pre-fectching data
Pre-fectching data with navigation and a service
Using a resolver
For viewers with basic Java experience.
What you will learn
The fourth course in the Angular for Java Developers series
Creating environment variables
Initiating the call to a rest endpoint
Configuring a Spring Boot REST endpoint to work well with Angular
Setting up your back end correctly with Spring Boot
Dealing with slow REST responses and catching errors
Pre-fetching data with navigation and a service
Matt Greencroft has over twenty years of experience as a programmer, primarily working in the banking sector. Matt now teaches for Virtual Pair Programmers. His specialties are Microservices, Spring Boot, Apache Spark and Kotlin.
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