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  • This tutorial helps you to build a simplespring boot application.
  • Ive found Spring boot and Angularjs very easy to work with, especially when there is a tight deadline for the project.
  • Spring Boot provides aneasyway 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 ofany Java EE containers.
  • For example, the library may be packaged as a JAR and made available to your SpringBootapplication.
  • However, WebJars utilizes Mavens dependency management model to include JavaScript libraries in a project, making it more accessible toJava developers.

Tags: spring boot, Spring Boot Application, simple spring boot, Spring Boot applications, Spring based Applications

  • The source code file index.html should look like the followingThe path to angularJS file is js/lib/angular/angular.js somehow it won’t show up in the code sample.
  • The app.js file contains the JavaScript codes that will be used for this application.
  • The source code for the app.js file should look like the followingThe code above defines the application name ‘shoppingList’, and the modules that the application is dependent on [‘shoppingController’] in this case the application is dependent on the shoppingController module.
  • Add a folder in the js folder and call it controllers then create a file call shoppingController.js in the controllers folder and source code for the file should look like the followingThe code above registers a new module called shoppingList.controller with no dependencies.
  • Type int the following URL in your browser http://localhost:8000/ and you will see the followingIn order to see the application in your browser you must first run the npm start in your angular-seed folder firstIn this tutorial we’ve taken care of the plumbing in an AngularJS application.

Tags: application, angular-seed main folder, scope object, source code file, index.html

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