问题描述:

I've been developing in AngularJS (MEANstack using Yeoman Generator/Bower/Grunt) now for about six months. I just discovered Appgyver so I thought it would be a great opportunity to 'move' the front-end from the browser to a hybrid app for my mobile users.

I am super confused by something that I presume is very basic.

How do I use the Angular resources like $http?

My goal is to 're-use' the Node/Express side of my App as a REST client and the Appgyver app will get it's data from there.

Potentially Helpful Details: I've followed the Appgyver Docs and been able to create a Data Resource in their cloud and import that using the Supersonic methods. Perhaps this is the only way to do it?

I'm hoping that I can use the traditional $http services so that I can customize my URL calls within my controller instead of on their third party portal.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

网友答案:

AppGyver dev here! There's nothing special to it – you use $http (or any other XHR-wrapping service) as you would in a desktop Angular app. Supersonic Data just leverages our cloud data service and gives a nice promise/stream-based API.

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