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Support embedded resources in rest responses #99

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artlowel commented Jun 1, 2017

This PR connects to #31 and #32

It adds support for embedded resources in rest responses, it also refactors a few things.

This PR depends on #97

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tdonohue commented Jun 5, 2017

@artlowel : I've done a quick code review here, and this all seems to make some sense, based on the restructuring of the static data (src/backend/*.ts). I'm not sure how best to test this, but the fact that unit tests still succeed seems to be a good sign here. Is this ready to merge, or were there further tests you were looking for here?


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artlowel commented Jun 6, 2017

You can test it by looking at the network requests on e.g. the item page, on master it will fetch every bundle, bitstream and collection separately, on this PR branch it should request the Item itself, but not the bundles, bitstreams and collections that are embedded in the mock data.

If you remove any of those embedded resources from the Item mock data, you should see that it will again fetch those seperately.

@artlowel artlowel merged commit ba62a64 into DSpace:master Jun 14, 2017
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