POST method) in spring rest api

To create a Spring REST API using the POST method, you can follow these steps:

  1. Define the Model: Create a model class to represent the data that will be sent in the POST request.

  2. Create a Controller: Implement a controller class with a method annotated with @PostMapping to handle the POST request.

  3. Handle the Request: Use the @RequestBody annotation to map the incoming JSON data to the model class.

  4. Process the Data: Process the received data as required, such as saving it to a database or performing business logic.

  5. Return Response: Optionally, return a response, such as a success message or the saved entity.

By following these steps, you can implement a Spring REST API using the POST method.