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Different way to implement environment variables

cool. Here is my code for environment.ts, as a suggestion:

export const environment = { production: false, api: { url: 'http://localhost:8585', jpa: 'http://localhost:8585/jpa', }, }; of course, the port for your setup will not stay 8585, so feel free to adapt it heavily ;-)

You basically use it in two places, basic-authentication.service and todo-data.service. In basic there is only one instance, in todo-data a couple, so I am just posting a few lines of todo-date as an example. In your version I sort of like that it uses all UPPERCASE because those are constants. This is not the way environment.ts is implemented, though, so you would have to live with lowercase:

import { environment } from 'src/environments/environment';

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export class TodoDataService { ... retrieveAllTodos(username) { return this.http.get<Todo[]>(${environment.api.jpa}/users/${username}/todos); ... } ... }

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https://www.udemy.com/course/full-stack-application-development-with-spring-boot-and-angular/learn/#15703804/

For what it's worth, here is my environment.ts:

// This file can be replaced during build by using the fileReplacements array. // ng build --prod replaces environment.ts with environment.prod.ts. // The list of file replacements can be found in angular.json.

export const environment = { production: false, api: { url: 'http://localhost:8585', jpa: 'http://localhost:8585/jpa', }, };

/*

  • For easier debugging in development mode, you can import the following file
  • to ignore zone related error stack frames such as zone.run, zoneDelegate.invokeTask.
  • This import should be commented out in production mode because it will have a negative impact
  • on performance if an error is thrown. */ // import 'zone.js/dist/zone-error'; // Included with Angular CLI. Lemme know if I can be of more help. Note that I have the tomcat configured to run on 8585 because 8080 is used by my local Jira.
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Thanks Sagar. Merged it in. Good Luck!

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NEW APPROACH - Getting current URL params with functional components and TypeScript

Getting current URL params with functional components and TypeScript If anyone is doing this with TypeScript and functional components, the easiest way seems to be to import RouteComponentProps interface from react-router and use it as a type for props, together with your own defined prop type for the Welcome component:

import React from "react";

import { RouteComponentProps } from "react-router";

interface WelcomeProps { username: string; }

const Welcome = ({ match, }: RouteComponentProps): React.ReactElement => { return

Welcome, {match.params.username}

; };

export default Welcome; Props will then contain the match object with username.

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realted to handle error

when we add customized RuntimeExcection("some error occurred ") .in browser's console they show error like DOCTYPE ..... something but in your video show implements like something what is that? help to solve this.

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Error: Implementing Spring Security with Basic Authentication

Implemented step 75 and 76 from udemy video same as it show in the video and also compare with the code, still facing problem. I google but couldn't find the solution.

Getting below error:

GET http://localhost:8081/hello-world/path-variable/Ranga 401

Access to XMLHttpRequest at 'http://localhost:8081/hello-world/path-variable/Ranga' from origin 'http://localhost:4200' has been blocked by CORS policy: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource.

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AuthenticationManager bean not found

Field authenticationManager in JwtAuthenticationRestController required a bean of type 'org.springframework.security.authentication.AuthenticationManager' that could not be found.

The injection point has the following annotations: - @org.springframework.beans.factory.annotation.Autowired(required=true)

Action:

Consider defining a bean of type 'org.springframework.security.authentication.AuthenticationManager' in your configuration. JwtAuthenticationRestController.txt JWTWebSecurityConfig.txt

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Different way to implement environment variables

cool. Here is my code for environment.ts, as a suggestion:

export const environment = { production: false, api: { url: 'http://localhost:8585', jpa: 'http://localhost:8585/jpa', }, }; of course, the port for your setup will not stay 8585, so feel free to adapt it heavily ;-)

You basically use it in two places, basic-authentication.service and todo-data.service. In basic there is only one instance, in todo-data a couple, so I am just posting a few lines of todo-date as an example. In your version I sort of like that it uses all UPPERCASE because those are constants. This is not the way environment.ts is implemented, though, so you would have to live with lowercase:

import { environment } from 'src/environments/environment';

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export class TodoDataService { ... retrieveAllTodos(username) { return this.http.get<Todo[]>(${environment.api.jpa}/users/${username}/todos); ... } ... }

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