I'm using Spring Boot to create a REST API for a site I'm creating. Currently, to access static content, I simply go to the resources name. For example,
If you want to use Angular, do not implement Thymeleaf (Thymeleaf is not RESTful). Then what you can do is use $routeProvider to specify what static resource to serve to which URI. If you have an
index.html in your static dir, Spring Boot will automatically use that as the default page, and then your other static URI's used within Angular will be relative to the index page.