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Providers


InMemory provider

The InMemory provider was born as a testing tool, but in turn we found that it can be useful in other areas as well. It is a volatile storage that can be handled through the same JavaScript Language Query as ...

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WebSQL provider

On the web, all Apple and Android mobile browsers, and most major desktop browsers support WebSQL (except Internet Explorer and Firefox – ironically enough, the penetration rates of both are falling). Although it has been dropped from the HTML5 draft, ...

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OData storage provider

OData is the leading solution for remote enterprise data access. It is a REST-based standard for querying and CRUD operations developed as the data access interface of Microsoft Azure storage, and adopted by a wide range of content providers and ...

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HTML5 localStorage provider

As HTML5 localStorage is supported in all mainstream browsers, you can use this storage technology to deliver your cross-platform data-management application. Visit the Todo list example page to try an application, which can persist data to WebSQL, IndexedDB and HTML5 localStorage ...

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MongoDB provider

Use JayData on server-side in Node.js environment and build scalable applications/data services with MongoDB storage. Follow this tutorial to setup your own OData server with Node.js and MongoDB: Install your own OData server with nodejs and MongoDB

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SQLite provider

The uses of a clientside database Client side data storage is no longer the exception, but rather the rule, and not just in native mobile applications and thick clients, but also in HTML5 web applications. The traditional use for a clientside ...

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IndexedDb provider

The uses of a clientside database Clientside data storage is no longer the exception, but rather the rule, and not just in native mobile applications and thick clients, but also in HTML5 web applications. The traditional use for a clientside database ...

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