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Angular JS : Syntax for passing the parameters to the factory for REST call

 
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Hello Experts,

In my Angular JS project there is a requirement where I had to make a REST call to the backend with some input parameters.
I have the input parameters inside my controller as ngModel but how to pass this inside a factory is something I am struggling with.

Kindly provide hints for the proper syntax.

Thanks,
Faraz
 
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  • Your factory declaration should return a function object that accepts your parameters.
  • List the factory as a dependency in the controller initializer.
  • Use the function object that was passed as the dependency into the controller and invoke the function object with the parameters.


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