The Representational State Transfer (REST) is a popular architectural choice for exposing services over a network. The interface provided by
$http allows us to easily interact with RESTful endpoints from any AngularJS-based web application. But AngularJS goes one step further, and provides a dedicated
$resource service to make interactions with RESTful endpoints even easier.
RESTful endpoints often expose CRUD operations that are accessible by calling different HTTP methods on a set of similar URLs. The code that interacts witch such endpoints is usually straightforward but tedious to write. The
$resource service allows us to eliminate the repetitive code. We can also start to operate on ...