Bear Bibeault wrote:If you already have the HTML and Angular front end, you already have the interface. I'd say from your description that you just need to create a faux backend that exposes the same API as the "real" backend, and "point" the front-end to access your new API.
Servlets should be fine, you just need to do a lot of mapping to route the URLs to the correct servlets.
It'd likely be easier to use a framework such as SpringMVC or Play! than using raw servlets. But your call.
Jerry Renn wrote:
So I have one quick question as it's been a year or so since I had to do the mapping - for the Servlets, wouldn't I just place the servlet that was needed in the war's directory path? for example, if the Angular POST's to /api/wireless/a/b,I would put the servlet for this in /api/wireless/a/b?