How to Implement $http and Toaster for Angularjs




Core Angularjs  $http services Remote http via the browsers XMLHttpRequest.

One More thing $http web services is constant  path.

constant items declared  single page. and use call function.


Constant Page:


App.constant('httppath','app/api/phpfiles/' )
  .constant('APP_COLORS', {
    'primary':                '#5d9cec',
    'success':              '#27c24c',
    'info':                    '#23b7e5',
    'warning':             '#ff902b',
    'danger':                '#f05050',
    'inverse':               '#131e26',
    'green':                  '#37bc9b',
    'pink':                    '#f532e5',
    'purple':                 '#7266ba',
    'dark':                    '#3a3f51',
    'yellow':                 '#fad732',
    'gray-darker':         '#232735',
    'gray-dark':            '#3a3f51',
    'gray':                     '#dde6e9',
    'gray-light':            '#e4eaec',
    'gray-lighter':         '#edf1f2'

Example Code:

 modules:
     modules: [
      {name: 'toaster',                   files: ['vendor/angularjs-toaster/toaster.js',
                                                 'vendor/angularjs-toaster/toaster.css']},
                                                 


Controller.js

 App.controller('SalesuserController', ['$scope', '$http', '$state', 'toaster', '$timeout', function($scope, $http, $state, toaster, $timeout) {
var notestoaster = {
type: 'success',
};
var data = {'type': notestoaster.type};
$scope.login = function() {
// $scope.authMsg = '';
if ($scope.registerForm.$valid) {
$http.post('app/api/phpfiles/salesuser.php', {username: $scope.username,password: $scope.password,role: $scope.role,phone:$scope.phone, status: $scope.status, type: $scope.type, })
.then(function(response) {
response = response.data;
if (data != "")
{
//alert( response.type);
toaster.pop(response.type, notestoaster.title, response.response);
$timeout(function() {

$state.go('app.dashboard1');

}, 2000);

}

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