Saturday, April 26, 2014

Angular delete rest service

There is a slight difference in the syntax of angular delete as compared to post and get method.

Angular Delete



deleteData : function(success, failure) {

var url = 'your webservice ';    

$http['delete'](url)

 .success( function( data )
 {
  console.log(data);
 })
 .error( function( data)
 {
  console.log(data);
 });
}


Angular Post



postData : function( data ,success, failure) {

var url = 'Your webservice';

var data = {
 "data" :data 
};

$http.post(url, angular.toJson(data))

.success( function( data )
{
 console.log(data);
})
.error( function( data)
{
 console.log(data);
});
}



Angular Get



getData : function( success, failure)
{

var url = 'Your webservice';

$http.get( url, {cache: false} )

.success( function( data )
{
 console.log(data);
})
.error( function( data)
{
 console.log(data);
});
}



Angular Put



put: function( data, success, error )
{

var _url = 'your webservice';

$http.put( _url, angular.toJson(data), {cache: false} )
 
 .success( function( response )
 {
  console.log(data);
 })
 .error( function( response )
 {
  console.log(data);
 }
);
}




For better understanding



Angular DELETE

$http['delete'](url)

Angular POST

$http.post(url, angular.toJson(data))

Angular GET

$http.get( url, {cache: false} )

Angular PUT

$http.put( _url, angular.toJson(data), {cache: false} )


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