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Spring Boot and AngularJS Integration Tutorial

  • This tutorial helps you to build a simple spring boot application.
  • I’ve found Spring boot and Angularjs very easy to work with, especially when there is a tight deadline for the project.
  • Spring Boot provides an easy way to quickly and simply run a java application, through an embedded server – by default it uses an embedded version of tomcat – thus eliminating the need of any Java EE containers.
  • For example, the   library may be packaged as a JAR and made available to your Spring Boot application.
  • However, WebJars utilizes Maven’s dependency management model to include JavaScript libraries in a project, making it more accessible to Java developers.

This tutorial helps you to build a simple spring boot application. Also, you might like to implement a simple UI such as an administrator tool or control panel to work with the backend. This is when I start learning about Angularjs to develop a simple UI for a monitoring project at work. I’ve found Spring boot and Angularjs very easy to work with, especially when there is a tight deadline for the project. Let’s see what are these frameworks and how we can integrate them.

This tutorial helps you to build a simple spring boot application. Also, you might like to implement a simple UI such as an administrator tool or control panel to work with the backend. This is when I start learning about Angularjs to develop a simple UI for a monitoring project at work. I’ve found Spring boot and Angularjs very easy to work with, especially when there is a tight deadline for the project. Let’s see what are these frameworks and how we can integrate them.

Spring Boot makes it easy to create stand-alone, production-grade Spring based Applications. Most Spring Boot applications need very little Spring configuration. Spring Boot provides an easy way to quickly and simply run a java application, through an embedded server – by default it uses an embedded version of tomcat – thus eliminating the need of any Java EE containers. With Spring Boot, we can expose components such as REST services independently, exactly as proposed in microservices architecture, so that in any maintenance of the components, we no longer make the redeploy of all the system.

In this ebook, we provide a compilation of AngularJS based examples that will help you kick-start your own web projects. We cover a wide range of topics, from Single Page Apps and Routing, to Data Binding and JSON Fetching. With our straightforward tutorials, you will be able to get your own projects up and running in minimum time. Download the cookbook by joining the Web Code Geeks Newsletter.

Spring Boot and AngularJS Integration Tutorial