I like all of the functions of Restangular for AngularJS, except that I can’t find (and it may not support) a way of just passing a full URL to it. I realize the benefit of the .one(‘something’,’someparam’) but my issue is that I’m passed various URL strings, and I really don’t want to have to split() them just to use Restangular.
Also, I know about the baseURL function; but these URLs I’m being passed don’t necessarily derive from the same base path.
For example, I might have:
/us/en/product/17726 /us/es/products /us/es/product/991A0 /ca/en/accounts
All I’m given are the Strings…
I’m the creator of Restangular.
You have 2 options to do that.
1) Creating scoped Restangulars with different BaseURLs in each case: https://github.com/mgonto/restangular#how-to-create-a-restangular-service-with-a-different-configuration-from-the-global-one
2) You can use it like
Restangular.all('us/en/').one('products', 1726) or
Hope it works for you 🙂
Answered By – mgonto
Answer Checked By – Candace Johnson (AngularFixing Volunteer)