AngularJS Restful web service example using $http

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This post is in continuation with AngularJS web services tutorial

In previous post, we have already seen Restful web services CRUD example. In this post, we will use AngularJS to call rest CRUD APIs. So we are going to create a view and then perform CRUD operations on the basis of button clicks.

Source code:

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20KB .zip

Here are steps to create a simple Restful web services(JAXWS)  using jersey which will provide CRUD opertion.

1) Create a dynamic web project using maven in eclipse named “JAXRSJsonCRUDExample”

Maven dependencies

2) We need to add jersey jars utility in the classpath.

Jersey internally uses Jackson for Json Handling, so it will be used to marshal pojo objects to JSON.

Now create pom.xml as follows:
pom.xml

Application configuration:

3) create web.xml as below:

Please change initParam “com.sun.jersey.config.property.package” property to provide correct controller package name if you are not using same package.

Create bean class

4) Create a bean name “Country.java” in org.arpit.java2blog.bean.

Create Controller

5) Create a controller named “CountryController.java” in package org.arpit.java2blog.controller

@Path(/your_path_at_class_level) : Sets the path to base URL + /your_path_at_class_level. The base URL is based on your application name, the servlet and the URL pattern from the web.xml” configuration file.

@Path(/your_path_at_method_level): Sets path to base URL + /your_path_at_class_level+ /your_path_at_method_level

@Produces(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON[, more-types ]): @Produces defines which MIME type is delivered by a method annotated with @GET. In the example text (“text/json”) is produced.

Create Service class

6) Create a class CountryService.java in package org.arpit.java2blog.service
It is just a helper class which should be replaced by database implementation. It is not very well written class, it is just used for demonstration.

AngularJS view

7) create angularJSCrudExample.html in WebContent folder with following content:

Explanation :

    • We have injected $http as we have done in ajax example through controller constructor.

    • We have defined various methods depending on operations such as editCountry, deleteCountry, submitCountry
    • When you click on submit button on form, it actually calls POST or PUT depending on operation. If you click on edit and submit data then it will be put operation as it will be update on existing resource. If you directly submit data, then it will be POST operation to create new resource,
    • Every time you submit data, it calls refereshCountryData() to refresh country table below.
    • When you call $http, you need to pass method type and URL, it will call it according, You can either put absolute URL or relative URL with respect to context root of web application.

8) It ‘s time to do maven build.

Right click on project -> Run as -> Maven build

9) Provide goals as clean install (given below) and click on run

Run the application

10) Right click on angularJSCrudExample.html -> run as -> run on server
Select apache tomcat and click on finish
10) You should be able to see below page
URL : “http://localhost:8080/AngularjsJAXRSCRUDExample/angularJSCrudExample.html”


Lets click on delete button corresponding to Nepal and you will see below screen:

Lets add new country France with population 15000

Click on submit and you will see below screen.

Now click on edit button corresponding to India and change population from 10000 to 100000.

Click on submit and you will see below screen:



Lets check Get method for Rest API

11) Test your get method REST service
URL :“http://localhost:8080/AngularjsJAXRSCRUDExample/rest/countries/”.

You will get following output:

As you can see , all changes have been reflected in above get call.

Project structure:


We are done with Restful web services json CRUD example using jersey. If you are still facing any issue, please comment.

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