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From Christofer Dutz <christofer.d...@c-ware.de>
Subject Re: Flex app with Angular2
Date Mon, 22 May 2017 08:21:54 GMT
Hi Oleg,

Sorry for not replying any sooner … I must have missed that one (

I usually only use @Controller for my rest-services. Also, you don’t need Spring Boot if
you already have a Spring Web Application. All you need is Spring MVC and that should be part
of the default Spring Web stuff.


Am 28.04.17, 11:58 schrieb "olegkon" <olegkon@gmail.com>:

    OK. So do I have to add Spring Boot to my current Spring4 app backend
    in order to be able to connect to RESTful service through JSON from JS
    (Angular2/TS) ?
    What is involved.
    Also is there easy way to expose Java Spring4 service classes as RESTful
    Web services?
    Is it @Controller or @RestController?
    Needs an extra channel?  Or what in config?
    On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 11:16 AM, Christofer Dutz [via Apache Flex Users] <
    ml+s2333346n15130h49@n4.nabble.com> wrote:
    > Well the Spring Flex integration test-drive has this functionality because
    > spring has it on board.
    > I have never come across any JSON functionality inside BlazeDS however.
    > Chris
    > Am 27.04.17, 16:51 schrieb "olegkon" <[hidden email]
    > <http:///user/SendEmail.jtp?type=node&node=15130&i=0>>:
    >     That is not entirely true. From Spring-BlazeDS-reference:
    >     "A complete insync-rest example of interacting with a Spring MVC
    > @Controller
    >     is now provided in the Test
    >     Drive. This sample duplicates the full functionality of the complete
    > inSync
    >     application that was originally built
    >     using BlazeDS Remoting. It shows in detail how to work around Flash
    > player's
    >     limitations to use AMF to
    >     interact with a RESTful service that supports it."
    >     There is "Chapter 4. Communicating with RESTful Spring[3] MVC
    > Endpoints
    >     using AMF" which shows some JSON, so in theory that can be called from
    > JS.
    >     See:
    >     http://docs.spring.io/spring-flex/docs/1.6.x/reference/pdf/
    > spring-blazeds-reference.pdf
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