Integrating a Calculator SOAP web service with LoopBack 4.
This example project shows how to integrate a SOAP web service with LoopBack 4 and expose its methods through the REST API server. Acceptance and Integration tests are provided.
Before each step, you will be presented an image containing the artifacts that you will be creating in blue.
You’ll need to make sure you have some things installed:
- Node.js at v10 or greater
Lastly, you’ll need to install the LoopBack 4 CLI toolkit:
npm i -g @loopback/cli
Start the Tutorial
Follow the following steps to start building your application:
- SOAP web service overview
- Scaffold the application
- Add a data source
- Add a service proxy
- Add a controller
- Run and test the application
Try it out
If you’d like to see the final results of this tutorial as an example application, follow these steps:
Generate the example using CLI
- Run the
lb4 examplecommand to select and clone the soap-calculator repository:
lb4 example soap-calculator
- Jump into the directory and then install the required dependencies:
- Finally, start the application!
$ npm start Server is running at http://127.0.0.1:3000
Feel free to look around in the application’s code to get a feel for how it works.