Chapter 12: Developing Angular Apps without a Back End Using MockBackend

by Vildan Softic

In this article, we show how to develop apps with the Angular MockBackend class, providing a way for front-end teams to become independent of the back end, and a useful interface that reduces the risk of structural changes.

Getting your front-end and back-end teams up to full speed is certainly something each company is looking for. Often, though, teams fall into the pit of blocking dependencies. Those are situations where the upcoming work of one team is blocked by a user story owned by the other team.

One of those examples is the communication process between the front- and back-end. Over recent times, REST APIs have ascended the throne of so-called communication ...

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