Let’s say you have an advanced backend system, for which you wish to develop a modern Angular frontend, or, perhaps it’s not your backend, but something public like Facebook, and you want to develop a site using some of its exposed APIs. Of course, you want to do this with minimal effort … how do you pull this off? Enter Swagger!
This article will walk you through the key steps required to connect an existing Java EE backend, which already exposes RESTful services, to an Angular.
Read more about Using Swagger to Connect a Backend to an Angular Frontend at https://www.genuitec.com/using-swagger-connect-backend-angular-frontend/