Follow this tutorial to create your first HTML5 five application with JayData as a convenient client library for an oData service. You will need Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Studio 11 to complete this walkthrough, all editions are supported. We ...
Good old JSLQ
So to ...
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 ...
The JayData ItemStore API is an ideal data library for most client data solutions, where information has to be stored on the client on a durable manner. For example persisting the cart in an E-Shop or recording unsaved form data ...
We are happy to announce our first complex user control: a data bound grid solution for knockoutjs developers. While the documentation is still on the way, let me share just a couple of photos and some of the feature highlights.
Rainer Wittmann published his HTML5 app tutorial: The Ferrari meets JayData, which queries SharePoint 2013 and 2010 services using the OData provider of JayData. You can find the live examples and the source code in his blogpost. Congrats Rainer!
In the last post, I went through the basics of creating a PhoneGap project for iOS, and now as promised, I will go through the basics of Objective-C programming, and JS debugging inside PhoneGap.
Objective-C boot camp
Assuming that you come from ...
The Netflix browser example app using OData became some kind of standard in this blog for JayData examples to present the benefits developing HTML5 applications. We are glad to share Rainer Wittmann’s great blogpost about how to use the OData ...