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Simple application to integrate Spring with AngularJS using the following: - Spring has been configured with Spring Boot with the following modules 1- Spring Data JPA -> as persistence layer. 2- Spring Data REST with Spring HATEOAS -> for Rest Services layer that interacts with AngularJS. 3- Spring Security -> for Authentication and Authorization Application. 4- Spring MVC con Thymeleaf -> mainly it used to manage the lists of consultation and all views that do not have forms. 5- AngularJS -> It is used to view the detail forms. 6- Bootstrap + Angular-ui + Font Awesome + Angular-Show-Errors -> for the design and layout of the front end. 7- JUnit -> unit tests. - Database server and embedded are used for example: H2 y Tomcat. - To create reports using JasperReports. Pom has been set for that from the /src/main/resources/static/reports/*.jrxml files and generate /src/main/webapp/jasper/*.jasper. To do so just run mvn generate-resources. - Dependency management is done with: Maven y bower. Installation ============ 1- Install maven (used version 3.0.5) 2- Install the wraper of maven for spring-boot: mvn -N io.takari:maven:wrapper 3- It can be run in several ways: With maven: mvn spring-boot:run. ó Building the jar: mvn clean package And running: java -jar target/springangularjs-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.jar Note: Rename the file data.sql the first time it is run. Note 2: You may need to run mvn generate-resources for generated files *Entity_.java (of the org.hibernate.jpamodelgen) and for compiled reports. 4- If all goes well the application will run on: http://localhost:8080/ 4- Copy and import the Eclipse project as a Maven project. 5- Remember that to change js libraries Bower necessary. For that: a- Install node.js (https://nodejs.org/) b- Install git (https://git-scm.com/download/win) c- Install bower con: npm install -g bower d- Finally running "bower install" in the project we placed in the /src/main/resources/static/bower_components versions of the libraries listed in bower.json.
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