Services and Server Communication

  • Andrew Grant


In the last chapter, we looked at HTML forms as a means of presenting a user interface for gathering a set of user registration data. However, we didn’t look at the next step in the process, that is, sending that data along to a back-end server for processing. In this chapter, we will achieve this by using Angular services. As Angular services are about much more than sending data to servers, we will first look at them at a more general level.


Location Service Registration Form Service Object Callback Function Promise Object 
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© Andrew Grant 2014

Authors and Affiliations

  • Andrew Grant
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  1. 1.WAAustralia

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