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How to Invoke a REST API From Server-side JavaScript

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How to Invoke a REST API From Server-side JavaScript

In this short video, you will learn how to invoke a REST API from server-side JavaScript (Appery.io Server Code). You will also learn how to test the API and use it in an Ionic/AngularJS app.

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In this short video, you will learn how to invoke a REST API from server-side JavaScript (Appery.io Server Code). You will also learn how to test the API and use it in an Ionic/AngularJS app. The external REST API used is from http://openweathermap.org/.


With Appery.io Server Code you can quickly write any custom app logic on the server using JavaScript. You also get easy-to-use API to interact with Appery.io Database and send Push Notification messages. Server Code allows you to create an app backend with powerful logic very fast.

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javascript ,api ,server side scripting

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