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Introducing JayData and Kendo UI [Kendo UI blog]

Author: Robert Bonay March 28th, 2013

Kendo UI and JayData integration has been presented at the official Kendo UI blog to demonstrate the unified data management syntax for OData, ASP.NET WebAPI, WebSQL and IndexedDB datasources in Kendo UI environment. Read our guest post - Introducing JayData ...

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The Beginners Guide to JayData

Author: Peter Aron Zentai March 22nd, 2013

JayData is a unified data access layer for JavaScript developers. JayData provides a common coding experience over a number of different data APIs like WebSQL, IndexedDB or OData. With a single API to master you can spare a lot of time ...

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Write up to 98% less code with JayData

Author: Peter Aron Zentai March 6th, 2013

Define a database on the device, create its schema, write an item and query data back. This should be as simple a thing as adding two numbers together. With JayData With JayData this is almost the case, it is 3 lines. Without JayData Without ...

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How to set default values in JayData

Author: Robert Bonay February 21st, 2013

Do you want to reduce or simplify your code by adding default values to your objects? Since JayData 1.2.7 you can do it both with $data.define() and $data.Entity.extend(). Setting default values with $data.define() Setting default values with $data.Entity.extend() Avoiding default values In case you ...

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JayData + Kendo UI = Awesomeness

Author: Gábor Dolla February 13th, 2013

Kendo UI is a great framework for web and mobile application development. It’s built upon jQuery, it has many nice widgets, clean structures, a great cloud based development environment (Icenium), great user support. It costs some money so it better ...

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How JayData works

Author: Hajnalka Battancs February 11th, 2013

JayData is a cross-platform, cross-provider, cross-layer Javascript data access library designed to streamline your data operations in mobile applications, web applications and in nodeJS serverside code. And this is how you can get it to work: First, include the jaydata.js library file. Or... Then, ...

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