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Learn how to make a POST REST API work using Spring MVC.
27 Comments on "Spring Boot Quick Start 19 – Creating a new resource using POST"
Thanks for this video, everything works fine!
which extension added to browser .certain point you told but it's not clarity
After i do my POST, and then call the get again, the list isnt updated, please help
create a default constructor in "Topic" class
How does Spring Boot maps the POST data into a Java Object?
You can also use the convenience annotations "@GetMapping, @PostMapping, @PutMapping and @DeleteMapping".
Yes, using version 4.3.6. I don't know at what version they were made available, but I used them as I was following along with this tutorial and they worked as expected.
hi Faris, did you try this out ? Thanks
Spring Boot Hero. Thx!
Thank you very much for the lesson sir! From Singapore 🙂
Hi, how do you get the properties menu to pop-out at 1:25?
got it in the view.. "Ctrl+Space"
Great tutorials..Thanks Koushik for spreading the knowledge.One question regarding the Content type.Instead of setting the content type to the header while sending a request in POSTMAN, cant we just annotate the method addTopic like :@Consumes(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON)@Produces(MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON)Will appreciate if anyone can reply. Thanks
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